This Easter weekend we will mostly be……

April 1, 2010 at 1:16 pm Leave a comment

In between finishing off her University coursework and studying for her exams, Katie has suggested that she will most likely meet some of her friends at a local Inn to enjoy a couple of glasses of wine and some stimulating conversation. (Well those weren’t her exact words but this blog is strictly PG!)

Hollie will be attending the wedding of some of her close friends on the Saturday, then an Easter egg hunt for her step Nieces and Nephews on the Sunday – on Friday she will be sitting with her fingers crossed hoping for sunshine!

Abbie has a jam packed weekend planned with brunch at Burton Bradstock beach on Friday whatever the weather! Followed by cosy Coq au Vin dinner party for four on Friday night. Sunday is garden force makeover time with the family, followed by a big Easter egg hunt for nine adults and four baby girls! Then on Monday she’s off to an Amy MacDonald concert! (phew!)

Joanne intends to Hide fluffy chickens around the house and make Martin hunt for them while she sleeps in a chair by the fire! 

Nickie has decided to avoid bingeing on Easter eggs for breakfast and endless pony events by whisking the family off to London to stay at a friend’s house. Nickie will be taking the kids (kicking and screaming!) to the Tate for the Henry Moore exhibition, the RA for the Van Gogh and then the IWM for Millie’s WW2 project. Then comes the pay back as they drag her to Jack Wills and Abercrombie & Fitch, followed by evenings enjoying the bright lights of London (in this case the Sky HD that is in the house!).

Briony has assured me she will be spending Easter eating chocolate and drinking wine after watching her little girl devour hot cross buns, chocolate eggs and cake! A perfectly balanced diet we think!

My cousin Scott is coming to visit from the States so I will be spending the weekend with him and friends taking in the sights, sounds, and smells of rural England. Perhaps the Roman Baths, some quaint hamlet for a Sunday lunch, and in the evenings a quiet stroll to a local hostelry. Either that or we may see if we can manage four nights in a row out in Bristol – it’s still up for debate!  


Entry filed under: Spring 2010.

Roll on Easter……… Gary Rhodes cooks dinner…………

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