EASTER 🐣 2018

I do hope you are all having an enjoyable weekend no matter what you are doing, I always think about the people who have to work during any holidays and I have so much respect for them.

My day was started with an Easter egg hunt over the pub The Hungry Horse in Folkestone with my daughter Billie and family. Mia and Zac were working up an appetite for lunch with Mia being very pleased with herself that she could get all the way across the monkey bars.

They each got an egg for completing the hunt and finding all the eggs, considering this was free I was really pleased that they had got the children a proper egg. I am hoping to take them all to see the new Peter Rabbit film this week.

Dinner was nice and the roast was 2 for £10 so another bargain. I also got an egg from Billie I wonder how long it will last LOL.
As usual the best bit of the lunch was the deserts, I had the millionaires cheesecake, Paul had the hot fudge cake and the children had ice-cream mania with Billie and Jade sharing a big one.

Dimple face, she lost her front tooth the other day, I have never known a child who so enjoys pulling her teeth out! A lovely day was had by all of us.



  1. 2nd April 2018 / 9:08 am

    Everywhere was shut here as well apart from the eating establishments. Have a nice time with the kids today, I’m having a lazy day with a spot of reading and writing ✍️ xxx

  2. 1st April 2018 / 9:37 pm

    I’m chuffed you had such a great time with the family. Heaven only knows how we managed to get back to the subject of food again, especially puddings but I’m astonished at the price. Mike and I went to lunch before he set off home leaving me at the mercy of the budgie. Wales was closed today so no shopping but I’ll see my daughter and the grandies tomorrow so who knows.
    xxx Massive Hugs xxx

  3. 1st April 2018 / 7:43 pm

    I’m so pleased your enjoying it. Do you know where about they lived? x

  4. 1st April 2018 / 7:13 pm

    What a lovely blog, I have become addicted to hearing about your doings. My Nana and Grandad lived in Folkestone so it’s lovely to hear all about it again.

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