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#Project365 2019 week 43 and 44

Day 293: feeling very proud of Chris: he has made this dog bowl stand for Ollie to help him in his old age but also support #WoodworkersFightingCancer

Day 294: Chris was a little surprised to come home from work and find witches in the house! We were taking photos for my Feisty Pets post and had lots of fun!

Day 295: too clever by half. He made the word ‘git’ all by himself, certainly not something he has heard from my lips!

Day 296: carrot and coriander in a one pot rice dish this time instead of a traditional soup

Day 297: Matthew got to grips with a 3Doodler, a beginner’s 3D printing pen

Day 298: Inset day so some musical statues, but I think they were quite distracted by the music videos I played on the TV

Day 299: a little mini break to kick off half term. We headed to Stratford and here we are at Shakespeare’s birthplace

Day 300: writing our names in chocolate at Cadbury World, Birmingham

Day 301: our final day away and back to Stratford. The river was so high it had flooded the bandstand but at least the sun had arrived!

Day 302: relaxing at home after a busy few days and testing out the toys we were sent from Milly & Flynn

Day 303: mum buckaroo, a new game for the kids to play!

Day 304: big moment for me and Matt today as I let him walk round to my mum’s on his own. It is only a couple of roads away but I was so worried and proud of him growing up.

Day 305: Vikings! Well actually the egg shell from the Rainbocorn and Dino Smasher

Day 306: driving down to my mother in law’s on a wet windy day and we found the Christmas radio channel!

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  1. Aww! That dog bowl is fab!
    What fabulous witches you and Anya were!
    How wonderful to visit Cadbury World. That would be my girls dream. They’re chocolate mad!
    Mum buckaroo! That made me laugh out loud! x

  2. It looks like you had a lovely few days away, despite the rain. We will be heading to Stratford on Saturday for my son to play rugby, as long as the pitch isn’t waterlogged!
    You both look like very happy witches.
    I like the sound of the carrot and coriander rice. Coriander is absolutely delicious!

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