Thursday, June 21, 2012

Big and bouncy

Husband suggested - but then I think regretted - that I should have a trampoline for my 60th birthday. Isn't that the brilliantest idea you've ever heard?


We had talked about getting one for when the grandchildren come to stay but if we get a big enough one I can use it. And I was reading about them and they're good for exercising as well as fun. So it's all positive.


Only trouble is that my birthday isn't until winter so, really, I need to have an early birthday present because it's no use waiting until then as I won't be able to make use of it properly. Husband says I'll expect another present on my birthday if we do that but I won't. Honest.


The wonderful thing about tiggers ...



9 comments:

Gledwood said...

Trampolines are wonderful fun. Plus you get a glimpse into the neighbours' garden with every bounce ...

Leslie: said...

You could always get those small ones and you could "bounce" in the bedroom before crawling in. teehee

Suburbia said...

I think you should definitely get one NOW! (How's your pelvic floor?!)

nick said...

I'd love to have a trampoline. Only trouble is, our lawn is so sodden the trampoline would just sink into it and be swallowed up, never to be seen again.

Furtheron said...

We had a bouncy castle for our sons 5th I think it was years back... After all the kids had gone and it was wind down time, Mrs F and I had a quick go on it before the man arrived to take it away!

Liz said...

I had considered that an added bonus, gledwood.

No, it's got to be a big one, leslie.

Not brilliant, sub, but I can wear big knickers!

You may visit and use mine, nick.

You can visit, too, furtheron!
I'll have a blog bouncing party!

Anonymous said...

Tip : you will want a new sports bra too...

Baby Gifts said...

Just make sure nobody films you. You don't want it ending up on You Tube!

Liz said...

Anonymous, I'd better invest in a new one then!

More likely to end up on You've been Framed, Baby Gifts.