A Saturday lunch treat
We had no plans to grow any potatoes out on the field this year until Col noticed the hardware shop in Leiston was selling them off for 50p/3Kg net Big Bargain! Now there are 11 nets in the shed waiting, and as the girl in the shop didn't bother to count them, he got them for £5.
Our families gathered together on Saturday evening to celebrate my 60th
We squished into the dining room, had a giant take away and I made a cake.
son brought along some party poppers but we all got a shock because
instead of the usual little paper streamers they were full of glitter
stars, which went everywhere - drinks, cake, hair, floor, you name it the
whole house was soon covered in small shiny stars.
Col took a couple of photos of us and the cake but they didn't come out very well, so I've not included them. My camera birthday present is a beauty and I now need to go away and read the instructions. It does exciting things like panorama, wide angle and has a really good zoom but it's going to take me a while to work it all out. I may need a degree!
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