Sorry this is a day or so late, but have been writing more of my third book and because I had the most exciting dream ever I have used this to write a book aswell. No nothing naughty, well not all of it. I don't know if others have experienced when sleeping, where you have one dream wake up and then the next dream is a follow up of the previous dream.
OK so some may think I am a bit loony, and if you know me well, you know that, that is quite true, but there is logic in my madness.
Also been concentrating on helping with Henry's development and took him to a museum on Saturday, which he didn't really take in, but I still think it was good for him to experience and then we took a walk up to them embankment. It was a shame we couldn't have done more, but the weather was miserable and cold, I will be posting a video soon of our Valentines weekend.
My husband has now got a new toy. As he is now officially a qualified driver he has now bought himself a car. So I was looking after our son whilst he sorted that out, and so by the time I had a spare moment it was our dinner time and then off to bed.
I was thinking about the rugby days yesterday and how great they were. I really hope that Henry when he grows up, that he too experiences such a great social community of a variety of so many people.
I used to follow a rugby team called the London Broncos, and back when they were known as the London Crusaders. It was my friend, who I am still friends with today, who introduced the rugby league world to me. It was the most uplifting, words can not describe times of my life. Travelling up to the away games, meeting up ready for the home games, travelling abroad and going to dinner and dances up at Blackpool. they were just the most "You needed to experience it" time of my life, to know what I mean.
With so many characters who would carry their collection of football, and rugby programs around with them, and when I was asked for ID once at an away game, how one of my fellow supporters turned to the bar women and said "Yeah she is the right age, I'd buy her a drink any day" and then I would then get into the grounds under the child rate ticket.
I was honest though, but they insisted that I pay for a child's ticket and I won a chance to be a mascot at Wakefield.
To all those who may read this whom I met and had such great times with at the rugby, Thank you. Those memories will always be special to me, and I have such amazing memories that I can take with me forever. Thank you to my friend Mary Pittway whom was the person who introduced me to the world and to Phil and Susan Jones for looking after me.
R.I.P to those who have now passed on, I really hope I get to see them again some day in a different place.
God bless and many thanks for reading,