Here we are again little bloggy friends. It's that time of the week again when I try to look out some more photographs for my Sunday Snaps! feature.
I must say that my blog seems to be looking quite pink at the moment! Is it a bit too much for you? If so I will try to do something different with it.
My facebook friends have seen this one recently, but I thought it worth putting it on here so that my bloggy friends can see it. It was so good to actually catch a photo of Eli and Ruby together.
Whilst I am thinking about the little ones, I have noticed that during the childrens' programmes, all the adverts are really coming into play now about toys for Christmas. Whereas a couple of months ago, Eli was saying "could I have that for my birthday, grandma". He is now saying "could I have that for Christmas please, grandma".
Am I the only one that thinks these adverts are totally misleading to the little ones? If they have a dragon castle for example, it will show the dragons leaping around and breathing fire. Now we all know that the actual toy does NOT move and does NOT breath fire. Most of the toys are shown to be doing something really exciting, whereas in real life, that just does not happen. I keep trying to explain that to Eli, because I think they are going to be so disappointed when they open the box and the things just lie there!! I just think it's all a bit of a con.
|granddaughter number 1|
|Anyone else like Scoobydoo and Shaggy?! My two daughters used to love it, and granddaughter number l. Now the two little ones love this show as well.|
I hope that you are all taking care of yourselves and keeping well. If there are any of you not feeling quite so good at the moment, I'm sending loving thoughts your way.
Facing 50 officially invites you to the launch party for Surfing in Stilettos. Heels essential and a sense of fun imperative.
"He who laughs...lasts!"
My 'older' Followers will remember last year's launch party of Mini Skirts & Laughter Lines, which was written by my very funny blogging friend, Carol E. Wyer (facing50withhumour) - it really was an excellent party, and I don't think Carol has got the wine stains out of her carpet to this day.
Anyway, tomorrow (Monday) will see the release of her second novel, "Surfing in Stilettos" and she is having more fun and games over at her place to celebrate. Prizes galore, and lots of fun. Don't be square - be there! I shall certainly be scrabbling around at the back of my wardrobe for my tiara.
Hope to see you all again soon.