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MY WORD OF THE WEEK – Fun
I decided to go for something light and bright this week, Fun. Sometimes I think there is just not enough fun in our life but then I realise that it’s simply not true. So I’m going to focus on the fun of this week.
The weekend was super fun with a 16th birthday party on Friday night. You can see my kids having a dance in my Sunday Snapshot. Then on Saturday night I went to my favourite place, the Hippodrome, to see The Red Shoes.‘ I think if I had the chance and the money, I’d go to the Hippodrome every week. They have so many fantastic shows on and l love seeing things live. They also have pretty good disability places and always feel comfortable. I’m off to see ‘Don Quixote’ next, and then the musical ‘Six.’ I tried to book to see ‘We Will Rock You,’ but it sold out way too quick. I’d love to see ‘The Marriage of Figaro’ and ‘Carmen’ too, but I don’t know many opera lovers. I guess I could go alone.
Then it was a much welcomed half term. I hate getting up on cold mornings and rushing (ha) around to get the kids ready for school.
The girls had a fun day out at the cinema on Saturday seeing the new Sonic the Hedgehog movie. Then the older kids got out out their retro games and consoles and they all had lots of fun playing old games.
We had a couple of quiet days to rest up but on Wednesday it was Graham’s Birthday. This time we didn’t go out for a meal but chose a take out instead. Hopefully, while you are reading this we’ll be treating him to a fun day out at his favourite place, Cosford Museum. We haven’t been for a few years and I think the Little Man is going to love it more now that he’s older. I may even have a new post to share with Country Kids soon 🙂
Boo made her Dad a birthday cake which was fun too.
Now it’s over to you, what word or phrase sums up your week this week?