Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Chez Heartshaped



and Harmony reign once more.
Hormonal teenagers, Menopausal Mother and a hubby who needs a shed to retreat to. What a mix.

17 comments:

Tabiboo said...

Sounds like the norm to me though not the hormonal teenagers - yet!

Nina x

Michela said...

WOW!!! The whole Heart Shaped family!!!! It's such a great honour to meet you all!!!

Menopausal musing said...

Mine has threatened to put a lock on the shed...... on the inside! Glad all is on an even keel again.

noelle said...

glad things are cool again! Know the feeling x x x

Carol said...

What a great bunch you look, really. I had to enlarge this image for a closer peek and it did make me smile, I still am! ~Great Image. Carol x

Ticking stripes said...

I knew things would be better if you stood in that fairy ring on Sunday!

Rosie said...

Glad to hear all is well in heart-shaped land:) Super photos - looks like great fun was had by all!

Lisa said...

Glad to hear you are all a happy heartshaped family again. Doesn't your son look like you?!
Lisa x

elsy said...

pleased normal service resumed...... x

Karen said...

Too funny! So all is well I presume. . . : )

Jenny said...

So all set for a fun filled weekend then. Enjoy.

Caroline said...

So peace resides over the Heart shapes again!!!
That is really lovely.
BTW, have you seen the Country Living book Shed chic?
It is defenitily you who should opt for a shed, not your husband!

JuliaB said...

Glad that harmony is restored to the Heart Shaped household. I know what you mean about those hormonal teenagers! I've had a dose of that myself today.

Felicity said...

i'm with you there although ive got a poorly four year old, dreading the teenage bit!! he he fliss xx

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LOVE STITCHING RED said...

Sounds like a normal family to me!

Lynne said...

Ups and downs of family life!
I've enjoyed catching up with your posts. I used to live near to the Botanical Gardens in my student days, what a lovely peaceful idyll I found it to be.
Love that Cocoa place. Looks worth a visit to Sheffield just for that. I look forward to your Sharrow Vale Road visit.
Have a Happy week.