Sunday, 17 May 2009

Not what you expect to see at the allotment

Just what are these cheeky monkeys so interested in?


Hmmmmmm.


Something you don't usually see at the allotment..............




Yup.


An RAC van.


But why?


Had the car conked out?



No.



Had the wheels fallen off?


Nope.


I'll tell you why:


Those two little treasures, so gleefully watching proceedings, had managed to lock our one and only set of car keys IN THE CAR!!!!!


At least we were stuck AT the allotment rather than at home wanting to GO there! (well that was my opinion anyway. Not sure the other Lockets necessarily agreed!)

And if you want to see what has been growing on the plot pop over here.

One day I might start sewing again!


Or do I mean sowing?

19 comments:

dottycookie said...

Oh NO! I'm glad you had the weather for it though - it's been blowing a gale here. I meanaged a couple of hours yesterday but the horizontal rain defeated me this morning and then we were out garden visiting this afternoon. I can almost hear my weeds cheering from here!

Farmyard Crafts said...

Oh KIDS! Gotta love kids and keys hey?! Glad that you got it all sorted out... at least you would have been able to get some stuff done while there!!!

Gina said...

Whoops! I've been sowing today too!

Jodie said...

and they don't look too worried about it at all....

rachelmp said...

Hahaha! At least it kept the kids busy Lucy

wonderwoman said...

what fun!!! the children look like its all a bit of a giggle - i did that once, felt such an idiot! I think everyone has been either sewing or sowing this weekend!

xxx

julie said...

whoops - at times like that you really do have to smile and grit your teeth, cheeky monkeys indeed!

Apryl said...

oh no! well at least it kept them from whinging and whining for a little while I hope.

Ali said...

And yet they are STILL smiling. You have the worlds most cheery family!

Sarahs Home said...

Ahhhh No.. well at least the sun was out. Oooppps.
The kids were so funny trying to figure out how to use the phone, they got the dial bit but were still trying to push the numbers when they turned the dial..LOL..

Sarah x

Kitty said...

Whoops! So glad you managed to get the RAC out to let you back in again. Phew. x

Michaela said...

oops! They look like they had such fun that I'll bet they do it again!

Helen Charlton said...

Oooooops!! Did they live to lock the keys in somewhere else, another day?

Lissa Jane said...

Oh crap... the last time I locked the keys in the car, I did it at McDonalds.. the kids were wee little buggers thought it was WONDERFUL while we waited for the dude to come and unlock us muggins *pointing to self* had to buy more ice creams and play on play equipment...


Lissapoo

Poshyarns said...

Oh no! I suppose at least it doesn't appear to be raining...

Indigo Blue said...

Ooooopppsss! I locked myself out of my house once. My husband had to come from from work to let me in he hasbeen very good and never mentioned it since.

Jane said...

Oh dear, i did that many years ago before kids! great to see you at the allotment. i love Fred's use for the blue tops. jane x

joanie said...

RAC is our friend. Glad you had nice weather to wait it out in. A few months back my battery conked out for good. It was -2 celcius, not good. RAC picked me up at a nearby cafe instead of in my freezing car - bless them, they're worth every penny!

Leanne said...

Kids you gotta love um.