Ahhh the weekend.
Breakfast followed by Stoke fans watching in the main stand and the Leicester fan watching in the upper stand. Huffle took the jigsaw upstairs so I could puzzle away at the same time. My stand was happy with the 2-1 win but the others were disappointed and a little grumpy about their loss.
We all went out around lunchtime and had a personal panzo each (Calzone but our waitress couldn't really understand us and she called it a panzo, so we did too). We only ate half and brought the rest home for another day. Our real reason for being out today was to get Small sorted with various things. His backpack (rucksack) was splitting because he has to carry so much stuff these days but once we took out his heavy laptop and Huffle found him an old bag of his, his backpack didn't look so bad so we crossed those two things off our list before we even started. He did however, need new black trousers for Band. He still fits in Huffle's old shoes so that's okay for now but he just keeps growing. I swear he's only worn his black trousers twice. Anyway we had to get some so we made him try on about six pairs and finally decided on a pair that had a little room on the waist but plenty of room lengthwise. I told him he has to wear them ten times before he gets new ones. Crazy long growy thing!!
Next we bought him some new binders. When we were told how many he needed, their was no stipulation on how big they had to be and his English work is already filling his folder. So we bought two huge ones and now he can use one of the smaller ones for his homework. I bought some wool and Smallest tried several pieces of chocolate from the sample lady. The second time he went up he put his fleece on so she wouldn't recognise him. Silly boy. In a supermarket, a man behind us had several sachets of soup or sauce granules. The packets all said 'Coq' in French and 'c0ck' in English/Canadian. Huffle and I were laughing like little kids. "Hello, wife I have bought you some c0ck". He had loads too! We were going to go for a walk but we were all tired, so we came home instead.
Small got on with some more homework, Smallest read and then came out and helped Huffle and I in the garden where we planted the rest of our plants and finished off our stone and stepping stone path. Looking good.
Smallest and Huffle played FIFA and I jigsawed. Huffle helped me finish it and then we all watched XFactor with a bit of tea.
|Love it. Grandma bought it for us and There is a Leicester Mercury for sale. Awwwwww|
This evening (ridiculous time of 9pm), Huffle and Small went to Small's football. His day is now Saturday and his time will be either 7pm, 8pm or 9pm. It seems very strange going out at that time to play football.
Smallest and I stayed at home and watched CakeBoss and played Simon before bed.