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See you on the wild side 😉
Yes it is true…
As of Tuesday I will be wobbling all the way to Slimming World.
I have followed Slimming World in the past, by my little old self from home and I lost just short of 2 stone in 6 weeks…
I was amazed by the results, but LIFE happens and sometimes we go way off track.
What can I say? I love being bad when it comes to food and I thought that’s what SYNS were for.
A couple of my friends from work have been attending the classes so I thought I would join in on the fun and sign up at a class too.
My theory being that because ‘LIFE happens’ whenever we feel the need to go off track we will have each other to lean on and keep going.
I’m quite excited about this little adventure, and even more so about swapping recipe ideas.
Wish me luck and hopefully I shall start to reap the benefits along with my running and Pilates in the very near future.
When the weather is grim I allow my mind to wander off to a different place and imagine what my perfect retreat would be like including lots of sunshine and fun.
My perfect retreat would be a lovely cottage surrounded by green fields where pretty little flowers bloomed. Lots of cute pretty butterfly’s would be flying around the freshly cut lawns. There would be lots of outdoor space for the little man to play, and come with a tree-house fully equipped for action packed days of fun for all of us to enjoy. We would have a beautiful bench in front of the large bay window for mummy and daddy to enjoy our morning coffee whilst the little man runs around.
It would be lovely and cosy on the inside, with a huge log fire for those cold windy nights to keep us nice and warm, where we could toast marshmallows and eat them with melted chocolate. Big cushions and throws would be scattered around for extra comfort to join our carefree ways.
It would be set somewhere that experienced real seasons that lasted the length of time that real seasons should.
Daffodils would appear on time in spring, summer would be long and warm. In my imaginary place the autumn leaves would fall crisply to the ground with conkers hidden underneath for us to find and winter would consist of nothing but snowfall, Christmas films by the log fire with our three little snowmen watching from the outside. Not forgetting making snow angels everyday.
It would be magical, every last moment of it. We laugh and run around without a care in the world. Daddy would spend the day cutting wood for the log fire to store throughout the year. I would make delicious home made meals from scratch all the time and it would be perfect.
Needless to say if I ever experience a windfall this is most likely where you shall find us 🙂
D is for Dummy…
Back when you were born
your suction skills weren’t great,
Mummy and daddy were worried
as you only weighed 5lb 8
The nurses whipped you off
all the way to speacial care,
I needed to know what was wrong
and I found waiting so unfair
Finally when I could move
your Daddy wheeled me down,
You lay there sleeping in your cot
with the most cutest perfect frown
You looked so small but perfect
and oh so edibly scrummy,
What made you even cuter
was the size of your first dummy
Because you were so small,
It covered most of your face,
Mummy and daddy have kept it
To remind us of this perfect time and place.
This week I thought I would add a photo to #magic moments.
This was taken just before we were allowed to take the little man home. After two weeks in special care and being separated from my baby every night, it was hard to imagine when this day would arrive.
Finally it came, and my little man could come home all healthy and no longer need that horrible canular for those antibiotics.
He was so small, his new-born ‘coming home’ outfit was nearly twice the size of him.