Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Unexpected Funday with My Man

Ralph had an appointment at the hospital today about his eye's. Because had to have drops to open his eye's he was unable to drive.  Therefore I had to book a day's leave to drive him. We had a really nice day, after the hospital we went to IKEA saw some furniture that we may be buying early next year. Then we went to the newly refurbished and extended M&S, oh did they have some gorgeous stuff in there. Got a few idea's for Christmas and if we win on the lottery we will be buying the furniture there rather than IKEA...

We then went to B&Q and got a heater for my shed, Ralph wanted one that I can leave on constantly to keep the chill off during this cold spell we having. He bought me some scrapbooking paper's at the weekend and I think he has begun to realise the value of the papers I have in my shed..lol  So he doesn't want them getting damp, they never have before, but this heater is a little extra insurance.

We then came home and had fish and chips from the local chippy. Now we are just relaxing watching tv and drinking tea. A simple day of simple pleasures, love it, love it love it!!

6 comments:

accidental carer said...

Sounds like a lovely day. Hope Ralphs eyes are ok.
Thought he had bought the papers for himself at the weekend- silly me xxxx

spunkysuzi said...

I definitely miss fish and chips :)
I find M&S has lot better quality goods than IKEA.
Hope Ralphs eye appointment turn out o.k!
Your going to have to photo some of your scrapbooking, i'd love to see it.

dawne said...

Hugs to Ralph!

YUM...to UK fish and chips. There's nothing like it anywhere in our country! Although, when I was in London they were very stingy with the tartar sauce!

Marie said...

IKEA, M&S, Fish & Chips and your favourite guy. Sounds like a fabulous day to me! xxoo

Liverpool Lou (Anne) said...

Ah the simple pleasures can be wonderful Sheilagh :-) Good luck with the lottery, but only if you choose the same numbers as I do LOL
Anne xx

Anne H said...

Simple day, simply pleasures....
And all is well!