Thursday, 28 February 2013

My month in numbers - Feb x

Gosh where did February go ?? Here is my Month in Numbers, a great alternative way of recording your month devised by the lovely Julie Kirk x


12 - Harriet's age on receiving  her Scout Gold award. A real achievement xxx

431- photos Matthew took on a 4 day school trip to Berlin.

18-8 - Final score of the annual Bablake V. Henrys school rugby match with Dan as vice captain of the winning team. Doesn't he look pleased !!!

1- new recipe tried - Jamie's 15 minute beef stroganoff.
24- red roses for valentines day.
11- blog posts this month.

5- nights away scrapping.

220- miles driven to see our 5th - Cirque de Soliel - Kooza at the Royal Albert hall, London.
6 -Nations.
Dan watched England beat France 23-13 at Twickenham as part of a packed crowd.


  1. Sheena that's a *great* photo you caught of your son! A fabulous shot [has it been scrapped already?] And congratulations to your daughter too - certainly a successful month for them both!

    It's definitely the time of year when us crafters start coming out of hibernation and gathering in groups to create! I'm off on the 1st of my twice-yearly crafty trips tomorrow.

    Thanks for the link Sheena - you're on the board now:

    Wishing you & yours a fantastic March!

    Julie x

  2. Hey Sheena, that picture of your son is fab! And 431 pictures on a 4 day trip? Well that isn't so bad! I shot 200 this afternoon just because I got a new camera lens! :)

    Sounds like you had a nice Valentine's and Cirque du Soleil... lucky gal!!!

    Happy Spring Time X

  3. I'm another fan of that photo! and those very smart badges too. well done to the pair of them

  4. Looks like a great month!
    Love the pic of your son, of course! Gotta love boys and their rugby craziness!

  5. Great things and lovely pictures.

    Such inspiration!

  6. Lots of lovely memories as always. I watched the Ruby at work on a very quiet day it was fab.
    Love and Hugs

  7. Great numbers Sheena! I too love the expression you captured on your son's face and your roses look gorgeous, lucky you!