Mum is on her way.
It's almost time to go and pick her up at the airport.
It's been too long since we've seen her.
Ooooh. I'm getting so excited :0)
Photo stolen from my sister Ruth's blog as obviously I couldn't take it could I?
My Monday had mainly consisted of dancing with some of these lovely ladies.
What a great bunch they are.
I've also sorted out long overdue paperwork and taken the Teenagers tuxedo back to the shop,
done the ironing, stopped for coffee and have sorted out dinner.
How was your Monday?
Thanks to Sian for her MeMe on a Monday
Never in a million years did I (or the Teenager)
ever imagine that he'd be going to his Senior Prom in America.
But he did.
And he had a great time.
He met up with six of his friends and went out for dinner.
He managed to get his free!! I like to think it was because of his British accent
but I think it was more a case of they forgot his order.
They had photos taken outside someone's granny's house
then travelled to the Marriott in Sugarland for the dance.
He said he had a great time and even managed to dance.
He said he was glad he went.
I said nothing!!
I came home from dropping the Teenager at school to find this tiny wee fella in the garage.
John would tell me to get rid of it as they attract snakes
but it's so small (about 1 cm)
I don't think a snake would see it!!
My first Mother's Day in the USA.
I got to spend it doing what I wanted.
I baked three cakes, pottered around,
helped the Teenager with his homework and
had my dinner cooked for me by the boys.
BBQ spare ribs.
There was also a Mother's Day Margarita made by the Teenager.
It was a lovely day. I'm saving going out for dinner until my mum comes over in two weeks.
Then we can celebrate together xx