Im not sure if any of you are aware but I spent my teenage years in North Wales. I lived in Holyhead for 5 years between the age of 11 & 16. Back then I didn't give a toss about the fact I lived by the sea with access to fresh air 24/7. I didn't care for the beauty of the beaches or the grassy fields beyond the hillocks and teeny valleys. I was a kid for crying out loud - I just got on with those hideous years we all struggle with. You know the ones - the TEENAGE years.
So going back to Wales to visit my inlaws celubrious caravan (and may I add - its a new world all of this new design caravan-ment) was a breath of fresh air in all sense of the word. I really did need these few days away (albeit without belle - sniff sniff). We took loads of walks including some geocaching and took in these sights. Take a peek at the small array of cottages on the beach at Porth Dynllaen (pronounced Porth Din-Kline). The boat on the shallow waters looks like I could have been in Greece, the cloudy shores which very much indicated typical british weather and then to the sunset behind some family freinds on the very same day. Such barking climates we are experiencing lately!!!
Obviously it was heartbreaking to have to come home and leave that behind but the upshot of that is that I go and collect the Belle-meister in the morning. I simply cannot wait to have that little lady in my arms again for cuggy snugs and sugar sweet kisses. And sugar sweet they will be as my parents bought her a chocolate fountain for easter. How excited am I, let alone Bello? We have prepared ourselves with 1kg of chocolate already (not exactly too happy with the fact you have to add 1 tea cup of vegetable oil to make the damn thing "trickle" but then again chocko is barely fat free).
The digi papers are now available for download (see the post below!!) They are rather super squiffy if I do say so myself.