Good Morning Ladies,
How is your week going so far, Paul worked from home which was lovely as the girls went straight to Becca's after work to Babysit Benji , they are staying overnight so it will be a quiet night for us. We had a lovely Roast Beef dinner on Sunday and there were plenty of leftovers so Paul and I will have that tonight, so that means no cooking as well. Although I will add extra butter to the mash and get paul to give it a good beating in, we will add some fresh picked french beans from the garden too, as we have rather a lot appeared over the weekend with all the rain.
Now I have a soap box moment, when we popped into Asda to get some Spring Greens and Cauliflower for our roast dinner, I was outraged as I witnessed a young couple with their children watching on take bags of the most expensive Kale and empty two bags into one, hiding the empty bags in amongst the cabbages, she must have heard me say 'wow great morals to teach your children' I also mentioned it to a staff membet who was filling up the vegetable area, but he said "there's not really anything we can do'!! Now if they were struggling for money then maybe there was an excuse but they were dressed in designer clothes, they had very expensive sunglasses etc, so clearly had no need to steal, maybe just buy the standard kale rather than the Expensive one, it really annoyed me as you can tell, mostly because their two chikdren were watching their every move, so I'm guessing they just accept that it's perfectly OK to steal !! Rant over, I would love your thoughts though.
Today's lovely Christmas card is Sue's Aperture challenge card, you just can't beat classic Navy & White! I love the extra finishing touches like the narrow frame around the aperture, that's attention to detail and makes such a difference. Thanks so much Sue for inspiring us with this fantastic Christmas card. XXX
I hope that you all have as good a day as possible.
Sending Love and hugs to all of you,