It was really lovely to meet up with so many of the ladies that I had met before, along with lots of new faces too ( and I finally got to meet up with one of my Banana Frog team mates, Michelle - aka The Art Tart aka MJM.)
Michelle, Sharon and I
Whilst I was busy teaching, Tracie and Claire, the organisers of the Exhall Crop were busy in the kitchen whizzing together some culinary delights - the food was amazing - thanks you two for keeping me fed and watered so well :D
Sue's store was jammed packed full of scrapping delights and I couldnt resist popping a few bits in to my basket!
The classes came to an end and I said my goodbyes before heading a little further North to go pay a visit to my Mom, Sis and her family.
Despite it being 9pm when I reached my destination, it was still soooooo warm - so we decided to sit in the garden - we ate supper, drank wine and girlie chatted whilst watching my wee nephew playing rough and tumble with his Daddy.
After we had eaten I was far too tired to drive the long journey back home, so I stopped over at Moms and enjoyed a little TLC from her :D She indulged me with breakfast in bed - something I haven't had for a long time!
The journey back home on Monday morning took a LOT longer than I ever imagined it would, due to the fact that party goers were all making their way home after their weekend spent at Glastonbury Festival.....it took me the best part of 6 hours to travel what normally takes me less than 3!
Its good to be back home with the guys - I missed not having them with me. Usually when I travel up North they tag along with me and go visit the family whilst I teach, but they had to give it a miss this time as they had training sessions for the Youth Games - which are this coming weekend!!!!!
I'm planning on putting my feet up for the next couple of days and doing not very much at all, apart from scrapping of course!!!