Thanks a lot - we will make sure we have a good look around. We are not going for over a week, so we have plenty of time. I appreciate you taking the time to PM me.
They have a nice selection of PC shirts at Savoy Taylors Guild (Bicester). I believe they have them also on offer (3 for £50). I posted this also on the Molton Brown thread, but I am not sure you will be able to see it in time.
not sure if I'll catch you in time before you depart but just wanted to wish you bon voyage et bonnes vacances en famille! Hope you all have a wonderful time and look forward to catching up when you get back.
ps did you go for the Honora tsv lol?
My DIL is seeing her consultant tomorrow and will probably have a caesarian during the week. She is in great pain due to her chronic back problem - a congenital condition, which causes a lot of pain , which is managed through painkillers, which she is not able to take whilst pregnant, of course. They have tried codeine, but it doesn't help and the weight of the baby is causing her back pain to worsen. Poor Tracey - I hope they sort out the caesarian a.s.a.p. We will see the baby within a couple of weeks - we will let them settle into a routine first and then go down to see them - can't wait!
I remember when Megan learned to roll over - she couldn't get back either and got really frustrated trying....
It is the "Take That" concert at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland this weekend. Phil, Gail and the girls are coming up for that, so I have that to look forward to as well.
You have a good week too,
not long to wait now, your poor DIL must be suffering in this heat! Don't forget to post and let us know when the baby arrives, will you have to wait a while before you can see your new grandchild? My grandson, James 5 mths was here yesterday watching the cup final with the "Boys". He can roll over over on to his tummy now but then gets stuck and can't get back!
Have a good week,
don't know where the weeks go to! Been down in Shropshire for a few days at our holiday home, weather wasn't brilliant but we managed a day out in Hereford and discovered lots of lovely villages locally. One had a secondhand bookshop cum tearoom...bliss! You must all be eagerly awaiting the birth of your new grandchild, hope everything goes well. James is now 5 months and has his first tooth! His mummy's going back to work in Aug, just 2 days a week so they have been looking at nurseries and have a provisional place for him at a well respected one.
Hope the sun's shining up there like it is here today!
thanks for your last message, don't know where the weeks disappear to, May already! We were planning on going down to our holiday home in Shropshire this weekend but got a last minute booking so have put it off till next week. Paul, Jen & James will be coming tomorrow, not seen Him for a fortnight so no doubt he's changed again. How's your pregnant DIL? Do they know the sex of the baby yet? Hope you have a lovely Bank Holiday.
just popping in to wish you and your family a happy Easter. Have you got anything nice planned? Looks like we'll be minding our grandson James again on Saturday while our son and his fiancee check out more wedding venues. They've been shocked at the costs involved so far! Keep up the good work on your treadmill. i'm still getting to grips with the Pilates machine, looks easy but boy , do you feel it next day!
My torture machine of choice is an i-run treadmill, not that I run on it, I walk at various speeds between 3 and 4.2 miles per hour. I go on it 4 or 5 days a week and walk for over an hour, usually watching something interesting on T.V. at the same time, like "Homes under the Hammer", "This Morning", or "Loose Women". The time passes quite quickly that way and it helps me with my Health Insurance Premiums, as I am with Pruhealth. Their Vitality programme gives you discounts for building up points by such means as doing 10,000 to 12,500 steps a day on a Fitbug pedometer, reading self-help articles on their website and buying healthy fruit and veg at Sainsbury's. There are loads of other ways to earn points, but those are the 3 that my husband and I usually stick to. In one year it brought our premium down by more than £90 per month. It only works if you don't claim during the year, but we haven't needed to claim for a couple of years, so it works for us.
hope you're having a good week Been working in the charity shop this morning, then spent the afternoon trying out my new Pilates machine that arrived yesterday...will have abs of steel in no time lol!