My youngest turns 7 tomorrow. But she had her party this evening. I don’t do kids’ parties at the weekends. I mean the weekend! Even if their birthday falls on it. Too much like a busman’s holiday for a teacher. And weekends are for….well, not for that.
So, that’s me I’m good until……March. Then April. Then April again.
We’ve collectively had a look at the pattern of birthdays in this house. The kids have made comments. Rude comments.
See if you can work it out.
January 14th– my birthday.
February 8th – Anna’s
March 31st – Mary-Kate’s
April 14th – Claire’s, 22nd – Joe’s
May – zip
June 14th – David’s
July – zip, but wedding anniversary
August – zip
September 6th – Rachel’s, 17th – hubby’s, 30th- Louise’s
November – zip
December – zip, but Christmas
Yes, well, we don’t get out as often as we should.
And I won’t be out tonight because the undusted party of the birthday party is I now have three overnight guests after the rest have gone. But all good. All off playing. 🙂 Time for a glass of wine I think. 😉
This is Miranda, alter ego of Colleen Ballinger, introduced to me by my sixteen year old daughter, Rachel. Rachel loves Miranda and ‘forces’ me to watch her vlogs. Actually, I now find her quite amusing. And even downright funny sometimes.
For those who don’t know her, she is a comedian. And, like most comedians, can encapsulate life humorously and with more truth than argument.
And, just for the hell of it, this is my daughter dressed as Miranda. We’ll pretend that it was for Hallowe’en. But it wasn’t. She just likes dressing up! At 16!