In all the time I lived in historic salisbury I never took pics of Stonehenge. Nor did I take any of the cathedral and the magne carte! So with my head being focused on all things scrapable - mark and I ventured down there on saturday. Mark is based 2 miles from the henge and can see this magnificent array of stones from his room. As it was his christmas do this weekend I made sure that whilst I was down there - I would take pics. This is only a partial collection of the stones - they are so imposing if not breathtaking to look at.
Our night out was not exactly the best I had been to in the Army. But it was a nice little get together even if the food was crap! Generally these do's run with a military precision with food being impeccable, the function in high taste and the girls looking like wee foxes in there killer dresses. I for one am a rebel in the highest order and wore a long skirt and cardi with marabou feathers which caused a stir. I dont "do" dresses. I don't have the figure for it but mark loved my outfit and we looked respectable.
He did look rather spiffing in his finery and I had to keep snogging him cos he looked delish.
Why has mark taken snaps of my ankles? Well as this function was a strict "ankle length" policy, he wanted to show the world that I do posess them and actually are his and mine fave feature (they are sooo skinny malinny - unlike my huge child bearing hips and butt). And the most I can wear in the heels stakes is 2 inches. I hate having to balance my huge-arse-on-skinny-legs on them! I have to add at this particular stage that the furniture is army issue and not mine - oooh the shame!!!! I can tell you wanna know where i got my skirt. It was a bargainous £55 from M&S. Man - their party wear is awesome this year.
Then the next day we went to may fave restaurant in the world - ASK! It sells the most divine italian food and has a wonderful contemporary mood. Just the thing for a slight hangover. Mark was getting really pissed off with me for taking pics of the food and stuff.
I was playing with the super macro on the camera which takes pics as close as 4mm from the subject. So please enjoy my close up of olives - which I utterly love and destroyed in 2 seconds flat!
Hope you enjoyed my weekend in pictures as I did in real life.