How was your weekend? What did you get up to? Did you attend a dawn service yesterday? We headed into Camooweal for the annual ANZAC cricket weekend. Of course I was beside myself with excitement because we all know how much fun cricket is, I had my bat polished and ready to go. Kidding. Clancy and I didn’t go in until Saturday afternoon. It was sad to miss a whole day watching the grass grow but I thought it was for the best. We had a lovely night here at Chardy HQ by ourselves. It was so peaceful. Everyone else went in on Friday.
Cricket aside, it is always a great weekend and wonderful to catch up with everyone. There was quite the crowd this year. Tom played for the Border Huggers and managed to score himself “Most improved player”. He was wrapped to the back teeth. Clancy just cruised around on his bike all weekend and Harry… well Harry found a new family to hang out with (thanks Tina) and we didn’t see much of him.
I’m considering de-friending Mrs Savvy B …. she played cricket!!! Her response to that: “oh don’t worry, I am going to de-friend myself” ha ha ha. Anyway, there is here team, just there in the picture below – the all girls team: Fine Legs. I’m not sure why they didn’t ask me to play on their team, perhaps they thought I was a little over qualified.
On our way home I managed to get a flat tyre. The road was just so rocky it wasn’t even funny. I knew I was going to get a flat, I could feel it in my waters. Of course I had back up in our little convoy so didn’t have to do it all on my own. Thank god for my rattle gun is all I can say. I am telling you people, if you don’t have one you need to get one. I felt like Guido from Cars taking those wheel nuts off… super fast. Sure does make life easier. Now I just need to invest in a pair of overalls and I should be set.
All in all it was a great weekend catching up with everyone. It was good to have a drink at the Mother Ship – aka: Camooweal Pub, which is also where we stayed. The service is second to none and they are still throwing in free ice with each drink! They really do look after us.
Now we are all going to be out of whack this week aren’t we… remember: today is Tuesday, not Monday. Have a great short week my friends.