And you'd think we'd travelled back a few months!
This time last week I'd got home from a thoroughly lovely Bank Holiday crafty weekend in Whitby - we'd had a thoroughly glorious time and the weather had been excellent too.
This was our home for the weekend, the beautiful grounds of Sneaton Castle:
After dropping our bags and crafty goods off a few of us set off down to the centre in search of coffee and cake, or in my case the largest Lemon Merringue Pie in the world!
I had a couple of bites but couldn't finish it so took the waitress up on the offer of a doggy bag - delish! It was just my luck that the dessert for that evening with our full-board menu was lemon merringue pie. ;o)
It was a bit cloudy Friday...
But the sun was out in full force Saturday - a very nice way to spend your down time, sitting out in the sun in the beautiful grounds:
Sunday morning we managed a quick jaunt down before the BH crowds descended:
Wandering around the shops again...
Along to the pier...
In search of a true lemon top, only to find it wasn't a proper "lemon top" - but any excuse for an ice cream in the sunshine and sea air!
A lovely last view of Whitby before heading back to get some more scrapping done before having to pack up and go home.
Yesterday after the rain we finally had sunshine in these parts again, which was jolly good as we were off out to celebrate my mum and dad's anniversary:
Lovely meal out, despite my taste buds still not being quite right and everyone enjoyed a nice dash of champers x 2!
Today I have been working away to finally get my Whitby Weekend project finished - and it is done!
Here are some snaps of the inside, I will try and share better shots soon - it's so rare I actually have scrapping projects to share on my blog these days that I might as well make a song and dance of it. ;o)
Behold - the album from start to finish:
...and on that note I'd best tidy up a little and get my tea made. ;o)