Saturday, 28 August 2021

Week 34 of #Project365. 21st - 27th August. A photo every day for a year!

It has been a busy week for me and we have a lot to be excited about. The back to school shopping is done, all the prep for Ellie's birthday on Sunday is done and Becky went and got her self a part time job in a care home which fits around her college hours.

Ellie's birthday celebrations started yesterday with a trip to the cinema to see Peter Rabbit 2. It was a fun film, we all enjoyed it and then we had a burger from our favourite place in town and I may have bought the girls and extra present or two for their birthdays.

This week has been a bad week for photos, I do apologise. There is nothing exciting despite us having a busy week. This is our life though.

Now for a photo every day!

A pigeon and a chocolate doughnut
Carrot cake and Pringles
My youngest on her computer & a flowerPrimark bags

233/365 - 21st August
We had a visitor to our garden. We get a lot of birds but not usually pigeons and certainly not one's that hang about on our little shed roof for a couple of days. It turns out other people had locally had noticed a couple of racing pigeons that might have got lost. I didn't see it again so I hope it got to where it needed to be.

234/365 - 22nd August
A yummy chocolate filled doughnut.

235/365 - 23rd August
We stopped off for cake and a drink when we were doing the back to school shopping. It was a cafe we'd never tried before. I wasn't that impressed. A 15 minute wait for 3 slices of cake, 2 coffees and a bottle of pop. It was expensive too.

236/365 - 24th August
I found some Doner Kebab Pringles in Home Bargains and they are not nice. They were too spicy for me but Ellie loved them.

237/365 - 25th August
Ellie on her computer. Multitasking playing Roblox and watching TikTok.

238/365 - 26th August
One of my flowers in my garden.

232/365 - 27th August
I said I was finished with the birthday shopping on Monday but I just can't help myself.

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8 comments :

  1. Donner kebab pringles don't sound very appetising!!

    We rented out Peter Rabbit 2 on Prime and watched it, was quite good.

    The flower looks pretty!

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  2. I enjoy looking at food pics, but Doner Kebab Pringles don't sound very enticing. Give me salt and vinegar any time. Very pretty flower! The carrot cake looks tasty, even if you had to wait for it for too long. :)

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  3. The cakes look lovely, shame one didn't taste as good, I usually buy extra gifts as I forget what I've already bought

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  4. Not convinced by the pringles at all. I just love the sour cream ones! Some cafes are so disappointing. We had a similar wait for 1 milkshake to takeaway from a relatively new place we tried in our town - everyone raves about it, but 15 mins wait, with 4 other people coming in and being served in that time, no apology or warning of the delay, and N said he preferred a Costa milkshake which was also a lot cheaper. We won't be going back - shame because it's good to support independents.

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  5. It looks like a fun and delicious week in pictures.

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  6. I don't think I would try that crisp favour! We tend to avoid cafes and tearooms as they are usually very expensive... #project365

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  7. Hope you enjoyed the trip to the cinema and that Ellie had a good birthday week. That chocolate doughnut looks yummy, shame the cake was disappointing though. I'm not sure I like the sound of donor kebab Pringles! #project365

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  8. I really want to see Peter Rabbit 2 I can not remember the last time we went to the cinema! I do love a good chocolate doughnut but I am not sure I would try the Pringles. I prefer more traditional flavours although I suspect my husband would love them! Yay for birthday shopping I need to start thinking about Christmas - determined to be organised this year.

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