Tuesday, October 14, 2008

The sun has got his hat on

The sun has got his hat on
Hip hip hip hooray
The sun has got his hat on
But it's freezing out today.

Soccer boy has been inspired by the ancestral home of the McKoala Dynasty to turn his attention from soccer to golf. I'm sure it will last a whole day. Princess rapturously happy hanging on to Gran's apron strings and refusing to go out unless Gran goes too. I'm full to the brim with curry and wine. Fish and chips tonight; it seems almost healthy.


JaneyV said...

I'd kill for fish and chips right now.....with just salt 'n' vinegar on… out of the bag.

I've just had a tooth out and I've been told not to eat. Cue food fantasies!

Sarah Laurenson said...

Ouch, Janey!

Sounds like a good time is being had by all, McK!

Whirlochre said...

Hoorah for Scotland! I'm up in Berwick next weekend. I know it's only Baby Scotland — but please don't eat all the chips before I get there.

Ello said...

I'm jealous! Scotland! Another blogging buddy is there too! Isn't that funny? Ok - not into the haggis, but I'm sure you are having an awesome time! will you post photos? And since I am back from the dead, I notice how very pretty your blog looks!

laughingwolf said...

oooooooo sounds grand... don't forget the beer with the f&c ;)

ancestral homeland for me, as well, ye oldde sodde :O

Robin S. said...

Scotland - hone of golf - I'm jealous. I don't play but I go to have my nails done and drink in the bar when JB plays there.

I don't know what part you all are in, but when we were there a few years ago- he played at Carnoustie and one other one - and we visited St. Andrews and stayed in that estate home at Kings Barns. It was all too beautiful!

And to top it off, I got to see some kilt guys in Edinburgh. Oh, baby.

I'm jealous. No kidding.

McKoala said...

I wasn't going to comment while away, but...

Janey. One word. Puree.

Hi Sarah! Yes!

Gee, WO, another few hundred miles and we might have bumped into one another on the street. Protrudio would have given you away instantly.

Ello, delighted you have risen again. May post photos, or at least links, when I'm back.

LW, McSodde, surely?

Robin, was it Cambo? That's close to Kingsbarns. I had a wild night there once a few years ago... Kilt men, ah yes. I saw a kilted one on the street only today. About 80, though. Wrinkly knees. Perhaps not for you.

Robin S. said...

Yep. Cambo. Our room smelled old as time, but the bed bounced just fine.

laughingwolf said...

lol... close ;)

ChrisEldin said...

Tee time!!

Sounds like you're all having a blast!!