Tuesday, 18 December 2007

Spinning Around

I do realise how slack I've been on the posting lately. It is not through lack of things to write about but rather too much to boil down.


The truly depressing thing has been the distressing lack of adult Christmas functions and the overload of parties and events my bloody kids have been invited to. When did they become the cool ones with a packed social calender and we become the taxi service who are only invited as a means of getting Gidget and Moondoggie to events??? At this point I'm being extra nice to them because if they don't let us come with them we're stuffed - Thank god for my brother's wedding.


That was one event we had to be invited to (although I have my suspicions about that too as the kids got way more attention than we did). It was a fantastic night with the rain stopping just in time to make their garden a sparkling wonderland. Everyone had a ball, especially the bridal couple and festivities continued well into the dawn.

Thanks to everyone who wished me well with the reading. You'll be pleased to know I didn't stutter, stammer or fall over, although I did tear up a little in the middle which was not the best of timing. So now I have a sister-in-law on my side of the family which is great and helps swell our family functions to a grand total of 6 (plus the 2 kids).


I can't show you any snaps yet but here is the 'Circle of Love' as it was dubbed. Surfer Boy made it for them and they were married in front of it. I think we'll use it for kicking the footy through in the back yard!


We're off to an Australian/German GLUEHWEIN FEIER on Thursday so I'll let you know how it goes. (Finally a party we've been invited to!)
Good luck with pressie buying.

5 comments:

shula said...

The Circle of Love?

It's incredibly beautiful.

We would have called it that, too. Are we related?

my poppet said...

My photo header has gone all weird as well. Its blogger trying to mess with our minds!!!

Kristine said...

Well I've completely failed on the chauffering of children to their events. I forgot to take Tom to his friend's party until hours after the event. Maybe they won't have such a packed social calendar if I keep that up. Kambrook strikes again.

h&b said...

gorgeous circle of love - your hubby is definitely a keeper !!

Your family sounds about the same size as mine..... it makes for a cheap Christmas though !

emma said...

I'd like a Circle of Love to go with our Quilt of Love!!
Call it whatever...but make sure you always add a bit of love!!