So I knew when I started planning my 40th celebrations that I wanted to go big…I mean BIG! As someone who doesn’t get out all that often, it shouldn’t be too difficult to get this taped. This meant trying to come up with something that encompassed all of my favourite things and all of my favourite people. I started trawling the internet for inspiration as some kind of house party sounded like a good idea. This meant that everybody could enjoy themselves without having the worry of having to drive home and that hopefully we could weave some more activities (and Prosecco) into the weekend.
So Valentines Day is well and truly upon us. Preparations have been painstakingly made, gifts carefully chosen and an evening of suave sophistication is what myself and my knight have to look forward to (smug grins all round). Rewind five hours to my most recent dash around Morrisons and attempts to find a suitably expressive card, one that encapsulates nearly 18 years of love, happy memories, occasional irritation and momentary simmering resentment. The crowd around the Valentines card section is four-deep, I kid you not. The 10 year old and I eventually manage to get to the front, having barged in front of a man
Good Morning all. A quick introduction to begin with. My name is Lisa. I’m nearing the end of my fourth decade but not too sad about it. 2018 promises to be the year that I finally shift that baby weight (my eldest will be fifteen in July) and perhaps lay my hands on Channing Tatum’s phone number. I am mum to three astounding human beings, aged 14, 11 and 9 respectively. I am married to my long suffering partner, now husband, of nearly eighteen years (we made it legal just eight years ago…our children wore Chicken Pox for the wedding). I love to laugh, have