A Ginger-Bread House And A Tiny Egg!... And A Selfie. :3

Yesterday, me, nanny 'n' Jess went down to our main road to go to the library. I brought £5 with me to get some rat food from the hardware shop, then we went into Fultons. There, me and nanny spotted a ginger bread house kit and as it was only £2.49 I decided to get it. Anyway, at the till it went through as £3.99... Nanny corrected them and a member of staff went to have a look, it turns out the wrong label had been put there so we were able to get it £1.50 cheaper.. yay!

We don't usually get stuff like this in the middle of April but I had never decorated one before, and the price we thought it was, I couldn't say 'no'!

And after that VERY long back story that wasn't needed much at all, me and Jess decorated it (and as it was mine I did most of it, and, erm I dont wanna talk about the parts she did... 0-0 heh) and we started to eat it! THE END..... not much else to be said really.

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Now for the extremely teeny weeny hens egg. Nanny thinks it's somthing called a 'fairy-egg', Pfffffft! XD Basically a fairy (or witches) egg is a egg with no yolk, usually very small like this one.

That coin's a ten-pence!




And now, the thing nobody's been waiting for (;-;) ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... SELFIE!!!!!!

#Posing4Selfie! 

Yeah. not a selfie of me (HA! Who would want one! ;-;), It's of my dog Freda who seems to not have control of her tongue most of the time.

Comments

  1. You had a really nice design on the roof and built it well. Strange the egg is so small and strangely it is the second strange egg I have seen in a week. I saw one with a crinkled layer. The crinkled layer can be if a chicken has been scared whilst laying.

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    1. Probably, or it was disturbed :)

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