Monday, March 22, 2010

more Tathra



Did I say how much we enjoyed our weekend away yet?? Ok, this is the last (probably..) of our weekend away, time to move on.

Anyway, the place we stayed had a cracking mini golf course, we played both mornings we were there. The kids in one group and the death match adults group bringing up the rear. Geoff (normal handicap on real golf course - single figures, Pete also serious - well they are boys I guess). Michelle and I - scoring - needless to say with only a wee bit of tampering and no adding up the final score - the girlie's triumphed over the boys. Hooray for us - and we don't count the middle volcano hole where I may or may not have picked up the ball in the end and chucked it down the hole.

The kids also had a spirited game with one ball being fired into the trees in a fit of 'I'm going back to the start and you can't count my first few shots... The other kids didn't stand for that but the game contiued with only a few arguments.


And finally sketchy Thursday for the week. Kept this simple, Henry cutting a mighty fine figure on the beach (If he turned sidewards, we may lose him!)

As we are heading towards the end of the month, just a reminder there are some fabbo prizes out in challenge land with very few entries, so chances are good.

Butterfly crafts (a full Scrap a gogo kit up for grabs) and The Studio (not sure what their prize is for March but they always have wonderful sponsors) both need more entries. Even if you don't enter go check out the DT's Lo's, very inspirational.

Go Play xxx

4 comments:

Irini said...

OOOooooolove both layouts!!....and by the way just to add fuel to the fire girls are way better than boyz ;-P......

Luna said...

You are cutting I mighty fine figure too I must say. Dont turn sideways...

Heidi said...

these are awesome! that mini golf one is so creative! thanks for playing along with us! heidi, sketchy thursdays

Francine said...

I love both these layouts Karen, but especially the Poser one. I love how you added the dots of colour and bling around the photos.