Cripes, where did that week go?? Actually I have been pretty busy.
Last Monday I had my twice yearly(!!) haircut. This is what I look like now, much tidier but the more I look at it, the more it looks like a child’s haircut. I really can’t make my mind up if I like it or not! It was supposed to look a bit like Michelle on Corrie but longer, but obviously she wears a lot of make-up and is very glam, and has stylists doing hers all day so yours never looks like that does it?
We went for a bit of a walk along the river and took our sandwiches. While they were here we also went to Cheshire Oaks outlet village, where my step-dad bought a pair of walking shoes, and then we also got him a set of headphones for his laptop. I must say he is doing very well with the computer seeing as 5 months ago he’d never touched one in his life. Both of them had an hour of Reiki, and were very enthusiastic about it.
Before they arrived on Thursday morning, we had Paul from two doors up round for the Champion’s League Final on Wednesday evening. He is a season ticket holder at Anfield, and has this thing that we are his lucky mascots for Champions League games because he watched them here when they won 2 years ago. Unfortunately we didn’t help this time round.
While we were at Cheshire Oaks I saw some boots that Colin might like, (he wasn’t with us cos he had to work), so yesterday the 2 of us went back up to have a look at them. He didn’t get them but I ended up coming home with this………………
which I will wear to a “do” I am going to in July. Just have to get some shoes, which I hate cos I have pixie feet (UK 2.5!!!!!!) and can’t get any to fit.
I got the new Simply Knitting mag on Thursday, and confirmed that I hadn’t won the sock knitting competition. I wasn’t that impressed with the winners, but appreciate the effort that went into them. However, on page 69………….
were my sheep!!!
A couple of weeks ago I joined the Crafty Threads n Yarns forum, and I have joined up for the Surprise Summer birthday swap. I have been given a partner to send something to on their birthday, so I just have to put a package together. I have done these things before on the bookcrossing uk group, and it can be quite fun. You never know what you are going to get.
Great news for Chris who I met on the Burton Manor knitting day. She has been offered two slots at the college to run two courses. Hopefully we are meeting up on Friday so she can tell me all about it. At least there will now be a course I want to spend my voucher on.
I’m still suffering with my thumb, and am not promising anyone anything for Christmas, it all depends on if it improves. I am just going to try to finish what I have OTN and see what happens next.