Friday, 29 April 2011

Holiday Part 1

Still loving spring...


















I have been itching to write for days now, really itching but moving back in our 'totally awesome but not quite finished newly renovated house' has taken up all my time. Plus there is the small issue of the fact that while on holiday I took more photos that is humanly possible. Seriously, I reached a new level of obsessive photo taking. At one point my hubby said 'Can you believe we get to go to an island on a boat and maybe see some Puffins?' To which I replied 'Do you think I'll be able to get a picture? Because it feels like it didn't really happen unless I get a picture.' At which point hubby looks at me squarely and says 'and put on your blog...' 'Exactly!' I smiled.

I haven't finished sorting through these gazillion trillion million photos (is that a possible number? You know me and maths...) so I'll do it in parts to really keep you in suspense. Hmm maybe I should end each post on a cliff hanger to keep you coming back for more lol

So lets get started shall we? Before setting of for Sea houses with the inlaws (a small harbour village by the sea up North) we stayed at their house for a couple of days. We relaxed, ate large amounts of Grandma's delicious food and played with the kiddies...

Lately everywhere we go so does hubby's rugby ball. Here we have hubby showing his amazing ability to hold the ball mid air with nothing but the power of his mind...


At the playground with Grandma...

 The delights of swings...

Also everywhere we go, so does Lucas's little tongue...


Then Grandpa took us on a day out to Lincoln...

Where we met some strange town folk...

 Got the boys names written in some sand art...
 Visited a gigantic and honestly quite beautiful Cathedral...

 Um there is some freaky looking guys up there...
 This dude cracked me up with his sitting style...









The next morning, just as we were about to get on our way to Sea Houses I noticed the sunlight on the morning dew making me shout 'wait! I gotta get a photo!' Much to the huffs and puffs of everyone else...

 I think it was worth it...
Talk about suspense we haven't even left for Sea Houses yet! You'll never guess what happened on the journey... (the as promised cliff hanger)


2 comments:

  1. Those Cathedral pictures are stunning! I love visiting cathedrals and always look for amazing ones when I am traveling!

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  2. What gorgeous pictures of the cathedral!!! I've missed your blog, Sian!!!

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