Sunday, 31 May 2009

Mrs Toni Hawkey

Just had to publish this photo of the Bride and her pride and joy - her little boy!


What a weekend - plenty of sunshine - not a cloud in the sky and plenty to eat and drink.

On Saturday evening i attended a Work Colleagues wedding. She looked stunning as did her husband! We had a brilliant time in a very pleasant setting overlooking Plymouth Sound.

There were so many works colleagues there - too many to mention by name. A good time was had by all - including my Husband.

Darren and Craig my 2 favourite gay guys in the whole world! Bit of an exaggeration i think!

That's me and my other half - had a couple of drinks by then! Married 31 years this year - not bad in this day and age.

Pretty as a Princess - the first dance for the newly married couple = Toni and Steve

The Royal Corinthian Yacht Club actually

Sunday, 10 May 2009

Lazy Sunday Afternoon

In need of a pick me up i drove to my friends house and picked her up and took her down to Looe. The sun was out and it was such a nice day it was great to see all the holiday makers mingling with the locals and enjoying a sunny afternoon.
There were even people in swimming - quite brave as I'm sure it wasn't quite that warm to venture into the sea.

We walked around the streets of Looe day dreaming about buying one of the properties and turning it into a B & B (well we all have our dreams!).

The scene on the riverside of parents and their children hanging over the edge with the fishing line trying to catch crabs was quite idyllic.

We sat and watched them in the May sun and then decided to have a Cornish Cream Tea. What a brilliant end to a fantastic day. One we will do again i am sure. It did us both good to get out of the house and get some sea air.

Sunday, 3 May 2009

Argyle v Barnsley : last day of the season

The last day of the season for Argyle and thank goodness we didnt have to even get a point to survive the drop to League 1. As it was Barnsley were depending on the result involving Norwich and Charlton. They wanted Norwich to lose and lose they did!

A packed Home Park witnessed a very boring display by Argyle. We did take the lead and we thought we would increase that lead but how wrong we all were.

Barnsley were on top for most of the game and managed to pull an equaliser out of the hat and then just to rub salt into our wounds they scored the winner. Oh well - we survived and thats all that matters. I did buy my season ticket last week and would have probably bought it even if we had been relegated.

August will soon come and we will start again. Hopefully by then we will have shed some of the players and bought in some more - but knowing Argyle like i do it will be all last minute.

Im a bit confused today as the match was on Sunday and it now feels like a Saturday! Got a Bank Holiday tomorrow to look forward to - hope the sun continues to shine as it has today.