Saturday, 5 November 2016

Bonfire night..

Well its November the 5th..Firework Night..but not for us.
The girls are not too keen on them..they like watching them out the dining room window..we call it the worlds biggest wide screen tv..so instead we will buy them a DVD they want  and have burgers,hotdogs and popcorn..then turn out the lights and watch all the neighbours fireworks..cheap or cheeky?
We saw some absolute stunners last night..must have cost a small fortune some of them..but we got to see how pretty they are from the warmth and safety of the window.
So if you are having any tonight..remember safety first ,but above all enjoy them.

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  1. We spent our Bonfire Night on the Isle of Mull this year - there wasn't much going on in terms of fireworks, but there was a bonfire, which, after being heavily drenched in kerosene, quickly got out of control and it got really scary! I can't blame your family for preferring to stay at home!

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    1. O my that does sound scary..we stayed in and just stayed warm and stuffed ourselves
      sara

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  2. My younger one hates fireworks. We went to a party, but he hid in a room where he couldn't see any fireworks until they were all finished. I'm not keen on them myself really, they are fun, but do cause a lot of pollution!

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    1. O bless him..i know how he feels..i just think its not worth it..all that money going up in smoke..
      O yes the other year you couldn't actually see much above the tree tops as the smoke was thick
      sara

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