Hi there, We have been in Plettenberg Bay since Saturday. I was so tired that by the time we left home I was on autopilot...so very close to burn out. Since we have been here it has really been a cycle of EAT. BEACH. READ. SLEEP. REPEAT. Our day starts with a long walk on the beach...a quick shower followed by breakfast. The weather has been glorious so we have spent our days sitting on the lawn of the hotel reading...then it is an afternoon nap followed by a decision of where to eat. I have started to breathe deeply again.
This is the view from our unit...and this will always be my happy place.
Before we left on Saturday we celebrated Stefan's 4th birthday. The theme of his birthday was "Robots" and for weeks he drove us crazy with the question of when he is getting his Robot cake.
The birthday boy.
My Silhouette Cameo worked overtime in making the decor. This banner was on our front gate.
The Robot cake
Nuts and bolts
What I love about our home being the "party venue" is that I always get some beautiful shots of my grandchildren. Here is my wild princess.
She is growing up way to quickly.
The party packs, robot stickers and pop corn boxes were all cut on the Silhouette Cameo.
The moment he has been waiting for forever :-P
Getting a sugar rush.
The only time they were actually quiet.
The three musketeers.
The little ones had loads of fun playing on the jungle gym
My gorgeous boys Lukas and Dewan first giving their Ouma pretty smiles...
...and then some funny faces.
The perfect party venue...with lots of nooks and crannies.
Rediscovering how much fun it is at Oupa and Ouma's place.
Son Wynand and grandson Lukas.
Another fun photo.
...nothing has changed with Stefan and Juan...always being funny and refusing to make eye contact or smile...
...they do the "bum shaking"thing the moment the camera comes out :-D
...okay too close...but at least proper smiles.
Dewan...separating himself from the crowd.
A thoughtful moment...maybe deciding to play along and let Ouma have a good smile?
This little man just has the most beautiful dimples.
I would love to know what is going through that little head.
This afternoon we drive back to Port Elizabeth. We made a slight miscalculation when we booked ticked to see the Chris de Burgh show and it will now mean two less days in Plett. My darling man sold my car last week and tomorrow morning we fly to Durban where he bought my next car. So there really is never a dull moment in my life.
Thank you for visiting ♥♥