We’re now back from our time away in Brighton and boy did it rock! We did crazy golf, the big wheel, pitch and putt, we went on rides on the pier, ate ice-creams, visited choccywoccydoodah and did lots of walking along the sea front. I love pitch and putt and play it in much the same way as pool – whack the ball as hard as you can and see what happens. Most of the time it’s a disaster but other times the results are spectacular – far and away above one’s true skill.
Anyway, on the first night I decided to wear a dress for dinner. After that it was all downhill and in fact for most of the days I wore my running trainers with my outfits – and not even in a remotely cool or trendy way either – just in a nerdy comfortable way.
The dress I am wearing is by Jaeger Boutique, the shoes by Dune and I bought the Kate Spade handbag on my recent trip to Bicester. It comes in lots of colours and was either £68 or £69. There’s clearly a direct correlation between the age of your children and the size of your bag – the older the children the smaller the bag. Obviously our children are growing up. It’s nice to be past that stage of having to carry colouring things, sticker books and snacks wherever we go.
And at crazy golf the next day (I managed to get a hole in one, although not in the particular hole we were aiming at) there was a ball to match my bag. It was a sign, I was sure. Of what, I am less sure but it was definitely a sign….