Wednesday, December 12, 2007


Anastasia, Belle and SnoWhite.....there is no need to phone home to check as all is well BUT yesterday Fiona asked me to give her hug!I was flabbergasted.
She also told me that in college she and her friends had been talking about their parents and she realised how good we were to her.Well you could have knocked me down with a feather.....and it was not the outcome of drinking Red Bull or eating lots of sweets and having a sugar rush. I am still concerned that she maybe hiding something like a tattoo or a piercing or a 38 year old boyfriend or she is going to run away and join the circus/Foreign Legion/Peace Corp.

Now I know why I never go into town shopping!
Beauty is an angel in the school play tomorrow and I thought that one of Fiona or Ariel's bridesmaids dresses would be OK but when I took it out of the wardrobe I was shocked to see how cream it really is.So I went into town to the Disney shop to buy an Enchanted dress for her to wear and the dress is beautiful but walking to the shop from the car is such a long way. No wonder I only go to town maybe twice a year, as I was in town I also bought a few Christmas presents. If I can't get their presents from stores with car parks then their sisters will have to do the shopping for me. Whilst I was in the St David's centre I read a sign that said that when all the building work was completed the new St David's centre would be the size of 30(that's right,30) football pitches.That sounds to me like a nightmare.


Steve said...

Hi Ally - you've just been tagged for Christmas. See my blog for details!

P.S. Hope the school play goes well. Ben is appearing in his next Tuesday...!

Casdok said...

Yes does sound like a nightmare!
And Fioan asked you for a huh? ahhh!

Anonymous said...

Looking for hugs?!? We do tend to suspect something's up don't we...?

You're really brave to take on a shopping trip like that at this time of year... I feel tired just thinking about it!!




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