Only one letter longer than May but let's see what was on my calendar in June!
Jamie Oliver! Did I mention this was a celebrity edition? 😉
Unexpected time away from childcare. The arrival of chicken pox spots on Rosie followed by Leo 10 days later meant that our normal routine of childcare was disrupted again this month. I have honestly never seen such a bad case of CP as Leo's, poor little boy. Literally covered from the top of his head to the soles of his feet. 😢
Unfit - that's what I'm becoming! They say that you should not exercise for about a month after having an operation on your nose (something to do with possible nose bleeds) and I hadn't realised how much I would miss my Zumba. It's even been too hot for longer dog walks so I suspect that the first lesson back will be gruelling, especially as I will have also just have returned from holiday.
New flooring in our conservatory. We've been talking about it for at least a couple of years and we finally did it! So pleased that we have finally done it.
Nice weather means that we have been able to eat quite a few meals in the garden and when we had friends over it was lovely to spend all the time sitting on the patio. Something that we never take for granted in the UK!
New blanket on my crochet hook. I really need to start giving some of these blankets away! It's a lovely hobby to have and I miss it when I finish a project but there are only so many blankets that we need.
Embarrassed to find out that what we thought was a small family get together was actually a big garden party for Paul’s cousin’s 75th birthday. Oops. They really ought to have mentioned something on the invitation! Fortunately we were not the only ones to think we were just attending a nice summer gathering, but it was still embarrassing.
So that was how June looked - not too much going on as I was still in recuperation mode for the beginning of the month and then it was so hot here that we didn't have the inclination to stray far from the garden. Let's see how it looked - 1 Second Everyday