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I am not a fan either shop, especially as it seems to have buggered up Skype on my Ipad.
DH likes the torch you can now switch on somehow.
And yes, what happened to the Louboutin 'secret sale'?
You have so much planned for your birthday * shop*! I only have dinner with DH. It's a fancy Thai place so I also have an outfit dilemma.
Even though Halloween is not part of my tradition, I can't help get excited about opening the door and seeing children all dressed up and full of anticipation about the treat they are going to get.
DS hates dressing up and is not too keen on on other people dressing up so he just looks at the children and doesn't even want to give them their sweets. Maybe next year when he realises that he will get lots of candy
DD seems on the mend but she is not quite her happy self yet. But no sign of a bronchitis yet, touch wood.
We're having a fun Halloween - DS dressed up with little devil ears and a fork. DN wearing a witches outfit - me in a hat and giving out Haribo to all the children. We've carved a pumpkin and candles are lit. I'm not allowed to tell the children that our house used to be an Undertakers in 1905
There was a Louboutin secret sale, the stuff that went on this morning was the leftovers.
Had a lovely little halloween tea party here, just the four of us. I bought lots of tat decorations from Poundland and decorated the living room last night after they went to bed. Have eaten lots of pizza and sausage rolls so I feels quite sick!
mig I went on the teacups, small world, pirates of Caribbean, dumbo, buzz, slinky dog and the flying carpets. Really wanted to do the nemo ride but it was over an hours wait. Ate lots of crap mainly. I tried to make the healthiest choices possible bearing in mind I have a dress to fit into on Saturday but it's mainly chips,chips and more chips. I wore a tee, cardi and jeans. Luckily only needed the waterproof trousers for an hour! The kids absolutely adored it. The littlest was soooo excited to see Minnie Mouse .
Happy they had a good time- their little faces are unforgettable aren't they?
My DD is planning a BD trip there in January w/ several friends.
BTW Does anybody ever bother going to the Hyde Park Winter Wonderland? If so is it worth it? My son wants to take his GF (they are 19) and wonders if it is for that age group. I tend not to do that kind of thing in town anymore not having little children.
I had tickets for it last year mig but dh was ill so went to London with a friend instead. We decided to go to Harrods instead of winter wonderland <not at all helpful>.
Bristol airport I'd rubbish for shopping. Claire's or dixons . It took longer to transfer from hotel to CDG than we expected so had no time to shop. It was killing me only being able to look in the windows as we were literally racing past Dior, Hermes, Prada, Gucci etc....
I found the transfer from CdG a bloody nightmare the last time I flew there and costs a fortune too. We stayed at Mama Shelter in the Marais last time and went Eurostar which was much easier.
Bet that was a killer Queen. Last time in Paris I took a friend who is blind. Hermes were lovely w/ her taking down bags and letting her feel and smell them, winding scarves round her neck and spraying her with perfume. She bought a couple of little things and they gave her some free soaps. Lovely service.