So, we're very excited in our little house because we've booked our holiday. The six year old got to have his way, which in no way sets a precedent for our future holidays or anything else come to think of it. Six year old boys should not rule a household. I've heard it's teenage girls actually. So I'm safe for about another ten years at least.
Anyway, we are being very brave for city dwelling, city break loving types and we've gone and hired a very cute 1972 VW campervan called Fleur from a lovely company called Rainbow Camper Hire. I've even 'friended' Fleur on facebook. What is the world coming to? We are planning to tour around the west coast of Scotland, looking for eagles and eating fine Scottish fayre. We're currently going through the kit list to see if we need to bring any home comforts. My husband wants to take his laptop (!) but I'm considering some embroidery. Just a little worried about rain and mud and cooking smells ruining anything I do. Lots of plastic bags is the answer I think. Also I am very worried about the midges. I found this ace site online which I'll be checking constantly. If you have any tips on tackling/avoiding the little pests then please pass them on.
Before the holiday I've got the six year old's birthday. In previous years we've had a Scooby Doo haunted house, an Ice-Age glacier and a sandcastle (we were in Cornwall). This year, it has been determined, is a Toy Story year. So I've just spent £16 on roll-out icing. That's a lot of money on sugar. My teeth hurt just thinking about it. I'll post a picture when it's done and before it's turned into the inevitable cake massacre/play scene for many, many tiny Toy Story characters.
Nothing craft wise to report today, but I'm hoping all of this outdoors time will give me lots of inspiration for future projects.