I know, I know - it's been a while since my last blog post. It's not that I don't love you or anything, it's just that things have really been hotting up behind the scenes.
Really, it's hotter than Paris Hilton's grundies round here, and I promise to tell you all about it when I can. But at the moment, I have to keep it secret squirrel because if I did tell you, I would have to immediately kill you with an air-to-surface missile (which is already mounted on my chimney in Forest Hill). BOOM! It'd be worse than a bad hair day.
So dahlink, for the time being, my posts are going to be a little more sporadic than usual, but please bear with me and remember; it is almost as good as a plate of foie gras washed down with a glass of Bolly when you stop by and say hello.
Anyway, enough of that, and back to the matters in hand: I managed to find time to download this week's content from my camera (yes the trusty Canon S95) today, and it all turned out a bit random.
But because I am kinder than Mother Theresa, but without helping as many orphans, I have got the pictures here for you to look at ...........
Pic.No.1 A couple of bee things were buzzing around the blue flowers next to my back door
Pic.No.2 A close-up of one of the aforementioned bees. I watched it for ages and it didn't have a systematic plan for choosing which flower to visit
Pic.No.3 For some bizarre reason, Izzy has started drinking her milk like a cat
Pic.No.4 Izzy got a holiday gift from her friend this week - A traditional seaside present of 'Rock' (do you have that in the US?). I tried one piece and it glued my jaw together for 47 minutes
Pic.No.5 Bloody nora! Upon closer examination, I think I've discovered the unhealthiest food ever known to man. I challenge you to find a food that is unhealthier than 'Rock' ..... I mean, it even comes with a kid's health warning. Should I feed it to her in the morning so that she is bouncing for school? Can you submit a food that is unhealthier than this? CHALLENGE ON!
Then earlier this week, I picked Izzy up from school, and as usual, booted her out into the garden to get some fresh air. She immediately ran to her trampoline, and did some boucing, as is her wont. Then after about 30 minutes I noticed that she had gone still and silent (very unusual) ........... I went out to investigate ............
Pic.No. 6 "Mum!" she shouted, "I've found this fly on my trampoline, and I think it has got a broken leg."
Pic.No.7 She spent 13 minutes looking after the fly with the broken leg (with me trying to be sympathetic), before lobbing it into the grass and carrying on with her bouncing
Then on top of the photographs, I found two videos that I had made ...... looky here......
Vid.No.1 (18 seconds) This is what the weather has been like in the UK so far this summer
Vid.No.2 This is a snail drinking water (20 seconds). I did it because I want to launch a 'who can record the most boring video' competition, and this is my entry
So dahlink, can you record a video more boring than mine? If you can, please upload the video to YouTube and paste the link here.
P.S. What are you up to this weekend?