Tuesday, November 16, 2010

I feel as if I haven't crafted for ages!  :(
All my crafting pals seem to have been very busy too...got lots of catching up to do once I've finished this post.

Our children have had 4 in service days over the last week so in our house we have been busy doing other things.
On Saturday we went to see the Rugby International at Murrayfield in Edinburgh, Scotland v New Zealand.

The hacker!!
A wee Scottish voice broke through it to say "is that the best you can do!"
He would be eating his words by the end of the match as Scotland got whooped!
The NZ team were in a whole different league although it started well with a Scottish penalty but soon went down hill.

The atmosphere was amazing and we had copious goes at Mexican waving much to hubbies delight...he was worse than the kids!
We also had a streaker who didn't manage to get over the wall to the pitch but was near us so we got a "bum" salute!!  He must have been cold!  (Dressed as a chilli!)
The there was a group of Scottish supporters dressed as "Where's Wally" and one manages to get past security and on to the pitch with all the crowd shouting "Where's Wally!"  LOL  So funny till he was set upon and marched off.

Sunday was spent at my eldest boys school for their Remembrance parade which was magical...if not a little emotional.  He looked brill as did all his pals.  The band and the dancers were great too.  I don't like to post their pics on here but you may catch a look if I ever get around to scrapbooking them.


Mrsjobee said...

When we went to Murrayfield Magic there was a chap who managed to get onto the pitch with a kids plastic lawnmower and proceeded to "mow" - he lasted for a few minutes before he was hauled off!! We also saw a large group of men who were all dressed up as smurfs complete with blue face paint - and vey rude words printed on the back of their T shirts!!

Shazza said...

sounds like great fun Erika, my DS1 loves Where's Wally, must tell him that story..

Kirsti said...

Sounds like you have been far too busy to be crafting Erika...and sounds like you have been having a lot of fun!!!...Kirsti xxx