This last week has been a family extravaganza.
It started last Sunday with a visit to the seaside with our eldest daughter Pru and her family, which included her new spaniel puppy, Roo!
This was my favourite pic of the day, ears blowing in the wind, thoroughly enjoying her first seaside adventure.
Pru's youngest son was thrilled to have a chance to enjoy the funfair.
I wonder which was more fun, the static motorbike or the electric one, which do you think?
And of course he couldn't leave without a
ride on the roller coaster.
What a lovely day we had, especially the fish and chips :-)
So that was the sea and sand, now we're back in Cardiff with our son Dan and his family. I'm not a big fan of cities, having been bought up in the country, but the more I see of Cardiff, the more green space there appears to be.
We did the 'grandparents in the park' the other day, guess who commandeered the push chair, sorry buggy, or is that old fashioned too.
It was quite a busy trip...
Delicious jam scones to be eaten in the cafe by the lake.
Unless of course you'd rather have chocolate, no contest I think.
More green space was to be discovered on a lovely walk into the city centre along the river.
What beautiful carvings.....
And drifts of daffodils
And of course I had to add a bit if patten, what gorgeous shapes.
And lastly this magnificent magnolia tree in full bloom, just before we got to town.
I don't know what these lovely buildings are but I'm sure someone will.
Maybe I'll have to revise my opinion of cities after all.