Project 365 2015 Week 38

Day 255 – Sunday 13th September – my son’s first league football game of the under 12s season. He scored a hat trick and the team won 5-1.

Football, Son, 365

Day 254 – Monday 14th September – Monday seems to be our busiest day of the week, with two dance classes in two different places for my daughter.

Shoes, Dancing, 365

Day 255 – Tuesday 15th September – working at home on my own, I do tend to obsess about lunch. I eat Bol veg pots a couple of times a week, but I haven’t been thrilled with them (particularly when I discovered too late that several of them contain fish – grrr!). Today I tasted perfection – Singapore Noodles is exactly the kind of food I like to eat!

lunch, noodles, 365

Day 256 – Wednesday 16th September – I’ve been wanting to go to Banky’s Dismaland in Weston-super-Mare since I first heard about it, but had pretty much resigned myself to the fact that I wouldn’t be going. Then today I managed to get tickets – for my birthday, no less!

Dismaland, Ticket, 365

Day 257 – Thursday 17th September – I thought the flowers in our garden were all finished for the year, apart from this one,  but these have just started coming out! It’s not quite winter yet.

flowers, garden, autumn, 365

Day 258 – Friday 18th September – I was very pleased to be invited along to the MAD Blog Awards as a guest of my very good blogging friend Emma aka Crazy With Twins. Here’s a picture of Emma with one of my other very good blogging friends, Suzanne from 3 Children and It – both finalists, both losers in their categories, but both still winners to me!

MAD Blog Awards, Bloggers, Friends

Day 259 – Saturday 19th September – I headed home from London. The trains were a bit disrupted due to the Rugby World Cup in Cardiff.

London, Paddington Station
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    • Thanks very much, I really enjoyed the MADs and was so proud of my son for his football 🙂

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  1. I was invited to the MADS too but a teeny baby put paid to that idea – gutted, would have loved to be there. Love the football action shot! #365

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    • I can’t imagine the MADs and a tiny baby would mix very well! Maybe you’ll get to go next year!

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  2. Man those noodles look good – do you have a recipe!?! Love the Paddington photo and blogging awards are a world away to me! Hope you enjoy Dismaland – would like to go but no one I know is interested! X

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    • The noodles are delicious – they’re a BOL Veg Pot from the supermarket 🙂 I can’t believe nobody you know wants to go to Dismaland!

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  3. Wow what a week, the MADs looks like a really good night and the food pics were wow. Saying that, I really really want to try a BOL now too 🙂

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    • The MADs was great as ever! I would DEFINITELY recommend a Bol – and that’s the nicest flavour (Singapore Noodles, I think!).

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    • Thanks very much, I’m so excited about Dismaland!

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  4. well done to your son on his football win. The MADS always looks like such a lot of fun so I hope you had a ball. great work on getting those tickets to Dismaland – that will be an interesting day out I am sure. x

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  5. Well done to your son on the football result and to you for getting the Dismaland tickets. Those asters look lovely – I must get some late colour for our garden.

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  6. A hat trick? Well done that boy! Glad you finally managed to get a picture of me and the very glamorous Emma. Lovely to see you. x x

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  7. Well done to your son, and what a great action shot! Glad you had fun at the MADS and lovely to see splash of colour in your garden x

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  8. I couldn’t make the MADS this year, I will try hard to be there next year though, all the photos and updates made me slightly jealous at the fun you all had! 🙂

    Monday is a crazy day for us too, with Brownies, orchestra, violin lessons and gymnastics, makes my head spin, my kids have a busier life than I do…

    #Project 365

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  9. well done to the boy for his hat trick, he must still be grinning from ear to ear with it, hope your enjoyed Dismaland, it doesn’t appeal to me, but then neither so a lot of things these days…lol i’m getting old and grumpy

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