Could it get any more exciting? Yes, it could. The very next day was her sixth birthday and her parents had arranged a disco party for her at a nearby Village Hall.
Just setting up the Hall and showing off some moves
Mummy and daddy made a gingerbread house and toffee cake pops
During the school holidays, my granddaughter and I stitched together lots of bunting, using off-cuts from my patchwork and quilting days. It was such a lovely day, we wrapped some around a tree and it merrily fluttered as the children sat outside for their picnic lunch.
The DJ's, Peter and Paul, organised team limbo dancing, boys versus girls and then had them all dance backwards under the pole. Everyone joined in the fun. It was the best birthday party ever, said my granddaughter later that day. And you know what? I agree.
Thanks for popping in. Wish I could offer you a cake pop. They were delicious.