Well we survived the Easter weekend including getting the boyo packed and on a plane on Wednesday in time to go off to Canada on a School ski trip. Like all school trips were the children have to be at a certain location by a certain time we had the no show of school bus to transport them to the airport. Thank goodness the school teacher whom was organising this trip had factored in additional time to cover the need to get a replacement bus in and get the hour or so the international airport. She also factored in the M6 traffic , definitely showing off her prior experience and understanding of sodds law.
Work wise it was a total nightmare driving in and out of Liverpool for work as I had to pass the major roads round Aintree to get home. The drive on a couple of nights took over two hours but the plus side was seeing a stroppy police horse decide that he had had enough of people, traffic and everything . Think one large stroppy police horse kicking out his back legs and refusing to be loaded into the police horse box transporters. This is at Switch Island, which is a large major intersection and links to two motorways. The other benefit has been the spring flower show which has been. The sun has been out this week so we have had some glorious spring days, which I was wishing I was out in, but I had to do that swear word thing which pays for more yarn.
I have managed to finish off some more baby knitting but this week was doing itsy bitsy of this and that. I also got some spinning done and I did my first plying. I was so proud of my plying and I had to show my hubby. Silly Billy you really think he would be interested in plying and making of yarn.
Kotaatok: Look Look I have plied (bouncing and waving a piece of yarn in a small skein in front of husbands place so fast that he does not have a chance to focus on it)
Hubby: That’s nice dear….. (OMG has she really flipped... keep calm.. don't frighten her or she will go off on one. Do I need to call those men in white coats from down the road for her now?)