What's Happened? What's Happening? - It's Nearly Half TermWow,this term has flown by. Bud's first half term as a 'proper' schoolboy is nearly over and, despite a few bumps in the road, it's gone well and he's settled in really nicely. We're having a weekend away at the coast with family this weekend and Bud and LM are very excited. We're also planning a few days out over half term. Bud gets two weeks this time so he should have time to rest and relax before the Christmas half term.
Last week saw two lovely holidays linked up - Hollybobbs went to Greece with Mark Warner and a big group of other bloggers. The break looked like an idyllic few days of rest and relaxation and the perfect way to spend a few days in September. Mummy Melton shared her family holiday in Ireland.It looks like they had gorgeous weather in County Wexford and the beaches look fabulous.
I think my favourite post of last week was probably the most unusual one I've had linked up. Shannonagains shared a day at a sewage pumping station! Yes, you did read that correctly. The stunning Victorian architecture combined with a Steampunk 'convivial' made for a fascinating post and one that you should definitely head over and read.
What's Happening saw a brilliant 'What to Do in October' post from A Family Day Out with events happening all over the country there are some fab ideas for planning your October outings. Its definitely worth checking out.
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