Project 366 Week 3

It’s been a pretty boring week and a pretty un-photogenic week too, although thank goodness for a couple of days of frost to give some nicer photos!

Here’s our week in pictures…

Day 17 – Sunday 17th January – my younger son had his first football match in weeks. They lost 5-1, but he was happy that he had at least scored his team’s goal. My new Christmas fluffy socks proved useful in staying warm!

Socks, Warm socks, 365, 366

Day 18 – Monday 18th January – I found out I won big on the lottery. Well, sort of.

Money, Lottery, Winnings, 365, 366

Day 19 – Tuesday 19th January – another frosty day and I was a little bit stressed about a lack of work. Something will turn up, right?

Leaf, Frost, Frosty, 365, 366

Day 20 – Wednesday 20th January – my eldest had an inset day from school, which mainly involved him getting up at 11.30, asking for a lift as I was getting my own lunch and attempting to go out in temperatures of -3 degrees wearing just a Tshirt! I took a fair few frosty and misty photos. I would have taken more, but the cold was hurting my hands!

Frost, Garden, Winter, 365, 366

Day 21 – Thursday 21st January – I had my first Mini Eggs of the year! I love Mini Eggs, but they may be last, as neither milk chocolate or the very sugary shells agrees with my IBS.

Mini Eggs, Chocolate, 365, 366

Day 22 – Friday 22nd January – I got my kids’ books to work on for February, so that will keep me busy, even if it doesn’t earn me a lot of money!

Books, Children's books, Work, 365, 366

Day 23 – Saturday 23rd January – we went to see my son playing rugby for the school team for the first time and he played very well (that’s him down on the ground!).

Rugby, Son, School, 365, 366

 

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. Hooray for fluffy socks and winning on the lottery!
    Oh no! That’s a shame Mini Eggs don’t agree with you! I love them even more so since they changed the cream egg chocolate last year!

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    • Thank you! I used to eat so many Mini Eggs! Maybe I ate so many they don’t agree with me any more 🙁

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  2. Oooh mini eggs, I must get some. Shame they don’t agree with you though! I love all sorts of socks, the more colourful the better!

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    • I don’t normally wear fluffy socks, but I do always like bright ones!

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  3. Mini eggs – I always think I really like them but always regret it – A bit like a McDonalds! That’s a great win on the lottery – my maximum is £10 although I never play it now, maybe I should? Hope more work heads your way soon x

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    • Thanks very much. £25 is the equivalent of the old £10 – it’s what you get for matching three numbers. That’s exactly right about the Mini Eggs! x

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  4. Had to laugh at the teenager, they would rather freeze than look “uncool” .
    Nice frosty pics, we have had snow but no frost to speak of.
    £25 comes in handy so well done, a nice win.

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    • Thanks very much, I was very pleased with my little win! I eventually managed to persuade him to put a jumper on – it was ridiculously cold that day!

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  5. A lottery win is a lottery win, enjoy! I need to invest in some decent fluffy socks, hope those helped on the touchline. Looks like your son was in the thick of things there! #366

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    • Thanks very much, the socks were brilliant, thank goodness! I was very proud of my son in the rugby.

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  6. I love Mini Eggs and a win is a win. It has been bitterly cold this week. I must get some slippers, my fluffy socks are lovely but the fluff keeps coming off and the husband is getting rather annoyed at all the hoovering.

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    • Ha ha, that made me laugh about the fluffy socks! I’m a big fan of slippers myself.

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  7. Fluffy socks are a lifesaver at times hey Sarah! I’m sure work will pop up soon. Mmm, I love cadbury mini eggs…..now I want some! Lol, you won more than us! A grand total of £5.30 on the euro millions last night!

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    • Ha ha, every little helps! I’m keeping my fingers crossed for the work. The fluffy socks worked brilliantly 🙂

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  8. Mini eggs are up there on my favourite chocolates list, probably topped by the marvellous creations popping candy chocolate!
    your lottery win is still a lovely surprise – well done lovely. The frosty ground photo is great – it was like that here on Tuesday for most of the morning. x

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    • I’ve never tried Marvellous Creations Popping Candy, but I suspect I wouldn’t like it! It was frosty here for most of Tuesday and all of Wednesday! x

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  9. That rough rugby shot at the end there, reminds me just how much I don’t want my son to play this sport! How can you enjoy having your face down in the dirt?! I hope you’ve had some success work-wise in the latter part of this week. I’m a huge mini egg fan too 😉

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    • Ha ha, rugby isn’t all that bad really. They know how to keep themselves safe when they’re down on the ground. No doubt your son will have to play it at secondary school.

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  10. Well done on your lottery win. I hope you are planning on treating yourself. Made me laugh about the teen heading out in a t-shirt. What is it with teens not wanting to wear coats in winter. I had to buy a coat the other week as my teen didn’t even have one, and even then he said he didn’t want one x

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    • I don’t understand the teens and the coats at all! I can’t believe they wouldn’t feel the cold, but what do I know? 😉 x

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  11. Some lovely frost pictures there. I couldn’t resist going out with the camera either. Glad to see that the books have arrived to keep you busy.

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  12. Nice frosty photos.

    Mini eggs are my downfall, so I’m not buying any this year otherwise my diet will be a disaster.

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  13. A win is a win, hope you treated yourself to something 🙂 Love the fluffy socks! The frosty photos are lovely x

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