Re: Over 50s Club Wales (part 5)Late on parade this morning, didn't wake up until 8 am! Off to Church in a bit - we're all devastated to learn that we're losing our Vicar, he's been a ball of fire in the area! Rob's girlfriend is coming up for the day, so I think I'll try and book us lunch somewhere................
Re: Over 50s Club Wales (part 5)Youngest grandson slept over last night,he's going home soon. This afternoon going to watch my friend's granddaughter playing her first proper game of rugby.Thank goodness it's not raining!Don't think I've ever watched women's rugby match!
Re: Over 50s Club Wales (part 5)Hi Celyn glad to hear your feeling better today. I bought some pansies so that's all the pots filled for the winter. Sue enjoy your lunch out today with Rob and his girlfriend. I want to try and finish tidying the back garden before it gets to cold.
Re: Over 50s Club Wales (part 5)I'm getting there, a few degrees under but I don't do unwell. I must say it was a really well fought match. I messengered my grandaughter to stop doing her homework to cheer Wales. I had a message from her mum that I was a bad example as a grandmother Both teams hungry to win, and we can't grumble at our boys performance. Anyone who does I suggest they go out and run around after a rugby ball, getting batthered and bashed for 80 mins, and see how they are feeling. Girls rugby, interesting. I have seen it on TV. Not sure how I would react to my grandaughter playing Rugby. Have a good day with Rob's g'friend, Sweetsue. Nice day for a meal out.
Re: Over 50s Club Wales (part 5)Glad you are on the mend Celyn and enjoy lunch Sue
Re: Over 50s Club Wales (part 5)Yep washing drying here, and windows and doors open with central heating blasting out (for carers and Michael)
Re: Over 50s Club Wales (part 5)Celyn , they came to the house and filmed her for over an hour , poked about in all her rooms and she even sang an Elvis song for them (mind boggles ) but she did say she would sit on the fence rather than upset anyone and that she didn't like any bad feeling so that's maybe why she didn't get on , She is glad now even though she would have liked to have the experience. She has now joined a Belly -dancing class and a Yoga class !!!
Re: Over 50s Club Wales (part 5)Had a few light showers here today, put the heating a little while ago as its starting to feel cold.Jac I don't think I could do with people poking around the house.
Re: Over 50s Club Wales (part 5)Bit of a drama just as I was loading Rob up to go to lunch. DIL rang to ask if I was doing anything. Could I pick up Jamie from rugby as she had to take Chris to hospital for an Xray, looked like he'd bust his collarbone. (Not playing rugby, just messing about on the side lines, slipped and put out his hand to save himself!) I explained what I was doing so she arranged for someone else to bring Jamie home, so they managed without me. Poor little dab has bust it (!) so it looks like he'll be coming to Nana for the week instead of school.
Re: Over 50s Club Wales (part 5)OMGosh. I hate them to poke arouind in my house!!! I could only sing Baa Baa Black Sheep. The one thing my Welsh heritage didn't give me, was a singing voice.