Without giving too much away because Mark and Mum read this blog and I want some of the 'fancy meal' to be a surprise, me and Thomas have done a little bit of prepping for tomorrow's meal. So far we've dipped the cherries...
...And stuffed the mushrooms with stilton and breadcrumbs. And that's all I'm saying for the time being.
It's Matthew's birthday on Monday. He'll be 29. He's coming round later on for Amy and they're off to the Trafford Centre for something to eat. Us oldies didn't get invited and going out to eat is Thomas' worst nightmare so it's just the two of them. I'm the eldest of 4 and I always think it must be nice to have a big brother, especially one with a car and money!
It was 'Fun in a Bun' at Thomas' school today. Which means that instead of taking a packed lunch he could pay to have a hot dog or burger. It's the first time he's ever had a school dinner and he seemed to enjoy it. Having said that there's nothing on the usual menu that he would eat so he'll be back on sandwiches next week.
Amy has done her 10km walk with school for Springhill Hospice. She set off at 11.45am and rang at 1.15pm to say she'd finished and could I pick her up. It's the last one she'll do as this time next year she'll have left school. The pupils do really well raising money for this annual walk and around £10,000 is usually collected for charity.
Right now at Number 38 the Bee Gee's are playing, Mark has poured us both a glass of wine and no doubt we'll find something to watch on TV later.
All that's left to say is "let the weekend commence".
Hope you all have a good one.