Saturday, 2 March 2013

I Had A Great Time...Just No Evidence!

 

 
Did you know drinking champagne on the journey down to London.....then having another glass, when you get there, stops you remembering to take photos.....so you have evidence......to share!!! (I did have a fantastic time though!)
 
Thank you J, J and J for a fantastic day, lots of giggles and a few belly laughs thrown in for good measure!
 
Today, I will be mainly enjoying quiet reading, the sunshine.....and I may be in need of a little nap later!
 
Have a lovely weekend Everyone!
 
Ada :) x
 

31 comments:

  1. Sounds like a perfect day

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  2. sounds lovely & what wonderful weekend reading material ♥

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  3. Hi Ada, Sounds like the kind of day I usually have with my sister!!! They are just unforgettable, aren't they!!! Sadly, we don't have them often enough!!!
    Love
    AMarie

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    1. Not nearly enough! Although I'm feeling like I can't do another one too soon, we'll that's how I'm feeling today anyway! :) x

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  4. I'm so glad you had a lovely time. Sometimes, it's better to just go with it and forget the photos :)

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  5. Glad you had a lovely time Ada ... it sounds perfect ... Bee xx

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  6. Glad you had a lovely day out... enjoy resting too!! Cx

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  7. Champagne, trips to London and a stash of magazines…perfecto! :)

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  8. Oooh, champagne can do all sorts of strange things to ones head... lol. Sounds like you had a lovely time.

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  9. Sounds like marvelous fun to me Ada :o) Always great to have a treat day out x

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  10. Sounds fab! I'm going to be doing that soon ...

    Love Claire xxx

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  11. Train journeys and champagne, sounds like fun.

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  12. There is something so exciting about train trips into London! xo

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  13. No evidence is always best, especially when champagne is involved..

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    1. Thanks for visiting Brigitte, will do! :) x

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  14. Sounds like my idea of a perfect day!

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  15. Forgetting to take pics usually means you've had an awesome time! and champers...how lovely! Don't worry about rushing the swap things...I'm super slack at getting things together...we'll get there eventually! Glad to hear you had fun, belly laughs are the best! x

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  16. Photo's are not everything. It's sometimes nice just to go with the flow and not think about sharing your exeperience with others. You have the pictures inside you of a wonderful bubbeling day and it also worth a lot.

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  17. having so much fun!!!...shame on you!.....can you tell im jealous!!....oh champagne its been too long! x

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  18. I don't believe you - photos or you didn't go!

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    1. Does exhaustion count as evidence?!!! :) x

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  19. Sounds pretty good to me, I do love a magazine to flick through :) xx

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  20. Good reading material, all my favourites!!

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  21. Whats Mollies Makes Homes like? I read Mollie Makes but havent treated myself to Mollie Makes Homes yet.

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    1. Hi Haley!
      Tad disappointing, in that its just the homes already featured in the mag! Don't get me wrong, the homes are beautiful but I hadn't realised I was just buying what I'd already seen- great though if you've not had Mollie Makes before! :) x

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  22. ~ Sound just the perfect time...~ And sometime Tis best to leave that camera at home, to just 'bee' and enjoy, your self! I was out with big sister recently for luncheon..Taking piccies and all...Big sis said it was like being with David Bailey!! Enough said...Glad YOU enjoyed your trip, Ada! ~With kind thoughts..Maria X

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  23. I do hope you're recovered after your day of quiet. I was supposed to be in in London this last weekend too but didn't make it as my mother isn't well. Don't think I'd have been drinking champagne en route though, I was driving down!

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  24. Champers has the effect of letting you live "in the moment" Wine does that for me too. Part of forgetting your cares and worries includes ignoring your plans and goals. However, Ada, you are such a good storyteller that you word descriptions can transport us; no photo required.

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  25. Yum! Bubbly in London and no pictures... sounds like a great night was had! ;) Hope you enjoyed your magazine-ing!! X

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