WHERE DID THAT WEEK GO?

 

jeanniejeanniejeannie.co.uk BLOG 9th April 2018

THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY

Last week we celebrated Easter by spending the week in Norfolk with all the family: daughters, son in laws and four grandchildren of five years old and under.

The week was tremendous but hardly restful. There was so much going on all week. Consequently there were so many adventures that I will recount on the Blog in countless different ways over the next couple of weeks.

As we are jet setting grandparents we were back from Norfolk Friday evening and then catching the 8.30am train down the Virgin East Coastline to Kings Cross, London to see the amazing, unbelievable “Tina – The Tina Turner Musical”. Again later in the week I will give a resume on the Blog.

Whilst in London’s Covent Garden Mamma paid for a caricature artist to draw a picture of me. I will also share that experience with you over the next few days.

Then, home to launch straight into Grandad’s Birthday Party on Sunday.

Both Ewan and George are not sure what to make of Grandad’s Birthday Party. It’s a birthday and party like no other they’ve attended, and at their age they are almost professional birthday party goers. The only thing that stops them being professional is they do not get paid. They have come to expect the unexpected when their Grandad is involved.

Cromer pier
Cromer pier

INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE FOR THE DAY

Marriage is not run on auto-pilot. There has to be effort from both parties. Tania Martinez-Beasley

HAPPINESS IS…

Happiness is… new shiny bright green leaves of Spring

GRANDAD’S ONE LINER JOKE OF THE DAY

If I had to describe myself in one word, it would be “Bad at following directions” – Dimitri Martin

LOVE IS…

Love is…being kissed when you least expect it

TRACK OF THE DAY

Private Dancer – Tina Turner

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