After posting recently about Lucy eating cheese on toast, Sweeney has come up with an interesting one –
She’s a bikkitlicker.
Whilst in Nottingham yesterday, we popped into Argos and spent some of the vouchers we were kindly given for our wedding. I’ve mentioned before that I’d been reading up a bit about
So, we now have a
We’d been to
UPDATE – Added Excel Drawings
You donâ€™t often see â€œMicrosoft Officeâ€ and â€œfunâ€ in the same sentence, as itâ€™s more commonly associated with reports, spreadsheets and presentations for tedious meetings. But, as demonstrated by the inbox-clogging PowerPoint â€˜humourâ€™ thatâ€™s landed in my email over the years, it is possible to use Office (and any similar word processing/spreadsheet/presentation software) in a fun and creative way. Letâ€™s take a look at some examples.
We have just returned from our honeymoon in Buxton, and we’ve had a wonderful time.
Anyway, now we’re back, it’s time to tell you what we did, and share some pics.
Our wedding was on Monday, but rather than leave straight after all that, and arrive late in the day, we set off late on the Tuesday morning. We have cats, so we can’t leave them for more than 48 hours. As long as they’re well stocked with food and water, they manage fine on their own for that long.
Click the pictures to see them on Flickr, often with notes and comments. Once there, there’s an ‘All Sizes’ link on the top so you can see bigger versions too.
The drive there was easier than we expected, and we passed through some beautiful countryside as we approached Buxton. Some really stark hillsides and impressive old industrial buildings (mining of some sort at a guess). Finding the place was easy, with the help of Shep, our GPS. We checked in as soon as we arrived, at the Roseleigh Hotel. On reaching the front of the building, we found we were being stared at from an armchair inside the lounge – Paddington Bear…
The view from the front of the hotel was quite impressive too…
Now the wedding and the honeymoon’s out of the way, it’s time to record all the memories in my first attempt at a scrapbook.
This page celebrates how I spent my hen night, in the internet, chatting with friends on a message board. It might sound sad, but it was the only way to get the stripper I wanted ;). Instead of neat cuts or fancy patterns for all the pieces, I went for a more rough and ready approach, tearing each piece I used.
Click on the picture to be taken to the page on