Hurrah! It's the weekend! I'm kinda happy about that. Are you?
Are you doing anything today? Something that we'd like to hear about?
Today is going to be a lazy day for us. Just the sort I like the best.
The sun is shining, so we'll probably swim. Okay, I know we'll swim. I'm going to sit out on a recliner under an umbrella and read some of my book too. And eat. I love to eat Christmas baking. Mince pies are my favourite. In my Beloved's home mince pies were eaten during the 12 Days of Christmas and not before. That was a tradition that I certainly have not incorporated into our family Christmas. Imagine only 12 days of mince pies! Personally, I start as soon as they come out of the oven all oozy and warm in early December. Yum. I do put away a few for the 12 Days though. At least one a day. Just for the one with whom I am in love.
I've been catching up on some of my blog reading this morning too. Look what I found on Pip's blog, Meet me at Mikes:
Jemimah and I thought this was ridiculously funny. Do you?
Ernie and Bert remind me that Mao's Last Dancer is on at our local movie theatre tonight. I'd love to see this film, but it's PG, and I'm not sure how appropriate it would be for a seven year old. Anybody care to babysit her while I go on a Date with her daddy instead? No, I thought not. Perhaps you might like to come with me, and I'll leave her father home with sole parental authority. Pizza sounds good for dinner. We can eat it off our knees while we watch a DVD at home if worst comes to worst. Jemimah would like this alternative best, I'm sure of it. Mao will come to DVD pretty soon anyhow.
Now I'm going to love you and leave you. Do let me know what you're up to. I've plenty of time to read your replies today.
A recliner is calling. So is my husband, for that matter. Now which do you think I should answer first?
Ah yes. The coffee machine. Then the husband. I promise.