This could be a disastrous thread to start as some week’s go by and we haven’t done anything fun, and the only achievement is tackling the ever growing ironing pile or being totally chuffed that I’ve actually seen the bottom of the laundry basket.
That’s life and for many of us these mundane tasks and household chores are the every day norm.
We have had quite a jam packed week this week.
The first and possibly the biggest fist pump goes to completing my tax return. I hate this job. Making sure that everything is accounted for is a big enough task, but each and every year I leave it to the last minute and end up being the biggest ball of stress. Each and every year there seems to be a problem with my log-in. Each and every year I have to re-set my password and each and every year I have to phone the helpline.
This year my log-in wouldn’t work, and then I kept being sent to an error page. Thankfully I got passed all of this and on Tuesday I finally got to press the send button.
Seriously, it’s like being pregnant and giving birth! You know, the bit where they hand you the baby and all the pain is forgotten. Until next time that is!
This is charlie at 12 weeks when he came home with us.
It was our lovely Charlie boy’s birthday on Friday. I can’t believe that he’s three already. I still refer him as our puppy, and the time has flown by so quickly. I couldn’t imagine life without my fur-baby now.
I was invited to Coast View Holiday Park in Shaldon which has recently opened. It’s one of three holiday parks that the owner owns with the other two being based n Cornwall. It has a brand spanking new restaurant called Ode & Co which has a very relaxed vibe where you can eat gazing over the amazing view of the Jurassic Coast.
We tried a selection of sour dough pizza’s which were made in the open plan kitchen in an enormous wood fired oven. My fave was definitely the venison chorizo and mushroom pizza. The offer a ‘dip and dine’ offer with swimming and a pizza which we’ll definitely be taking advantage of. The prices are very family friendly as well, and they have a selection of craft beers and yummy wines if you’re not the designated driver.
To finish that day off, Isabelle went to her cousins birthday party at Build a Bear, and the party person in their was absolutely fantastic, keeping the kids entertained by playing games and picking out party t-shirts as well as making the bears themselves.
On Saturday had a trial at Rainbows which Isabelle really enjoyed so we’re just waiting for the registration forms now. Shame about the awful uniform and it only gets worse if she stays on and becomes a Brownie. Afterwards we went to yet another birthday party where there was a nerf gun fight. I didn’t come off to well as I got blasted in the eye. I thought a black eye was brewing but nothing came of it.
Saturday night I met up some Devon Bloggers in Coal, Exeter for a fantastic meal and cocktails. We even had lovely surprise goody bags filled with lovely treats from some of the Princesshay shops which was a really nice treat (Hotel Chocolat, The Cove, Joules, and Saks).
Sunday was the most miserable day (weather wise) but it started off great for me with a lie-in and breakfast in bed followed by a stroll around the shops (actually it was more of a stomp running from one shop to the next in the rain) and back home for an indian feast.
How was your week?