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Coca Cola seem to be everywhere at the minute especially as people are trying to collect a bottle with their name on (has anyone found Ashleigh by any chance as we can’t seem to find it anywhere?) so what better time is it than to show you how me and Ash share a coke on our days out and nights in together.
Ash was home early on Saturday from work as it was so hot he decided to take some flexi and instead of working till 11 came home at 6, poor guy then found I had planned to drag him to the supermarket all for a good cause of course to get working on my Collective Bias® shoppertunity.
Everywhere we looked around the store there seemed to be offers on coke from 3 for £5 on 2 litre bottles to £1 each on 1 litre (to have a nose through all our photos pop over to my G+ and have a nose through this album).
Once the shopping was over ‘family time’ could start – we have always tried to dedicate time on all of Ash’s days off that is ‘us time’ sometimes it’s just lounging around on the sofa with a good movie, other times it could be time shopping or a trip to the cinema, this weekend we decided to perhaps go for our busiest one yet, but to start it off we went with a slow sedate (haha) game of Disney Monopoly.
I shall admit it – it was my choice of board, and Ash (aka Peter Pan) was in his most commonly found place jail at the time I took this picture – he seems to be forever managing to roll just enough to hit the ‘Go To Jail’ slot, though he is also adept at taking all my small change *sniffs*. One thing about us and Monopoly is we never seem to manage to finish a game – they go on for hours and we end up just going round and round with no winner in sight so after we decided it was a draw we retreated to a night of Supernatural!
Sunday brought a new day and after popping out for a while (post on that to come) we headed back home let the Guinea Pigs out in the garden and grabbed a nice cold coke each.
Spending time with my family always lifts my mood and makes me feel so much happier and content; to me it really is one of the most important parts of the week, and one I definitely couldn’t go without.
What’s your favourite way to spend time with your family?