And I’m really itching for another. I’s been far too long! I love this tattoo, I’ve never regretted getting it. 😉
How you ask? Well, it started off at Clapham Grand nightclub on Friday night… with a bunch of guy friends… drinking … yes… TEQUILA! Some wild crazy-assed dancing later and Karin goes flying over a step to land half ass in the air with a broken toe.
BUT!!! Karin jumps up to cheers and laughter and carries on partying. Yeh… she is one die-hard chick that… kudo’s Karin… kudo’s.
The upside about breaking your toe is that the pain is so severe that you don’t feel your tequila hangover the next day. Your head kinda feels like Pinhead from Hellraiser, but it’s nowhere near as bad as the pain emanating from your huge blue left big toe.
Moral of the story? Oh screw it there isn’t one. I had fun!!! 😉
Matthew and Joshua love calling each other names like ‘poopy pants’ and that rubbish, which they know annoys the hell out of me. So this morning Matthew says to Joshua, ‘you’re an afrikaner’ in a teasing way. I couldn’t help but burst out laughing! LOL LOL! I don’t think Matt quite realises his grannies and grandpa’s are Afrikaners. To him it’s an insult? Oh hilarious!!! I’m still laughing btw. 😉
It’s 5am… winter… the darkness and silence is interupted by 2 little boys screaming, “MOMMY THERE’S NO ELECTRICITY!!!!”. Wtf?!
I need to leave for work at 6:15am. But before that I *need* coffee, have to make the boys warm milk and toast, plus lunches. And have a hot shower. How?!
I dug out the candles and gave each boy their roaring lion torch. They were enjoying this whole … event. I managed to give them each cocoa pops with cold milk (ai shame) and make lunches. But no coffee. Oh and I did get a hot shower, thank goodness! I can’t go without that!
Whoever the hell you are who keeps switching off our electricity, come right!
Took their bikes with so they could ride and look at the animals. We saw ducks, geese, different kids of monkeys, tons of birds and parrots, crocodiles, turtles, tortoises, meerkats, mongoose, wallabies, flamingos and more.
We had a mini-picnic inside the grounds then went outside to play in the big park. I threw my shoes aside and the boys and I got stuck into the swings and sand. Here are some pics.
Oh TFIF! That should about sum up how I feel. 😉
We don’t have much lined up with regards to weekend plans, but it is Matthew’s swimming graduation on Saturday morning so we’ll be going to that. It’s going to be so cute, he’s going to get a medal. I’m so proud of my big boy!
I will be starting to read a novel called 1984 by George Orwell, which has been recommended to me by a rat-eating punk. (Who insisted I mention his name. It is no other that @fake_vyvyan from Twitter). Yes he’s pretty famous hey? I trust his judgment (what?) so I’m going to give it a bash.
I bet I’ll be digging for dino fossils in the back garden as usual, watching lots of kids dvds, playing in a band with Matt & Josh, reading stories and perhaps baking with them.
Whoever and wherever you are, I hope you have a safe and enjoyable weekend. xxx