Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Showered with flowers



A couple of weeks ago I received this beautiful bouquet from my DD2, it came with its own glass vase and and a box of delicious chocs.
We were going away in our new motorhome, Connie, and I couldn't bear to miss a couple of days without them so I took them with me, just because I could. Perhaps I should explain, since my DH became semi retired we've adopted this new moto "just becaues we can", it seems to fit our new life just right :-)

As we'll be away in France for my B/day I decided it would be nice to go out for Sunday lunch last W/E, so we took ourselves and our DD's to a lovely local pub called the Cider House.

And here I am with my lovely girls, our son and his wife couldn't make it this time, but we will see them in July.



And the girls and their Dad.



I had some lovely cards and presents, chocs, and more lovely flowers, plus a subscription to Embroidery magazine, which I've wanted for ages. I even had a lovely hand made card from some of my Grandchildren.



And from my DH I had this delightful mini sewing machine, small enough to stow away in our motorhome, so no excuse now not to get on with those Diploma samples. It really is a sweet piece of kit and it matches the upholstery in the motorhome. I've read that under the JL bonnet is a Janome and I'm not surprised, for something so small it handles really well indeed.



So thanks to everyone for making it such a lovely early birthday.

8 comments:

Doreen G said...

Sounds like agood time was had by all Sharon-and what a ducky little sewing machine.

Fran├žoise said...

Happy early birthday!
And have a nice trip.

Julie said...

Such lovely happy photos of you and your family. Have a very Happy Birthday and enjoy your trip to France and Connie.

Heather said...

Lovely photos of you and your girls. How nice to be able to take your flowers with you and your little sewing machine, when you go on your travels. Happy Early Birthday to you and again when the right day is here - have a great time.z

hippopip said...

A very happy birthday lovely photos of you and family you must have been a child bride

Aussie Jo said...

Happy birthday, happy sewing and happy trip Sharon, at least you won't have to worry about volcanic ash in our motorhome.

Jacquelines blog said...

It seems that you had a lovely birthday, sorry I missed this post because my granddaugther had also her birthday on the 18th. and I went to Rotterdam for a couple of days. So, a bit late but: Happy Birthday!

The WestCountryBuddha said...

How fabulous! It sounds as if you had a wonderful time. Your family look gorgeous too...and very happy. You must have done something right!