Jackie and her friend Jeni take Ross with them to spend the day on the beach to have some fun and 'top-up' their tans.
Here is a gorgeous photo of Jackie and Ross both looking very fit, well toned and tanned (gosh Jackie, wish that I looked like that!) and feeling that wonderful sand beneath my feet and between my toes.
Ross enjoying standing near the sea's edge and looking at the little rippling waves of the Mediterranian Sea ...and into which he unfortunately took a little tumble into at one point.
As Jackie explains, 'Well Ross and I had a lovely day on the beach and Jeni kindly took a photo of yours truly with your little boy!
It was so funny taking photo's amongst the holiday maker's and poor little Ross fell into the sea whilst posing for some snaps by the shore....all is ok though and I just had to rinse out his tee-shirt(sorry!).....he may come home though with some sand in his shoes!'
Jackie, no need to apologise as we here don't worry about a little sand in the shoes especially when it looks as though he has had a marvellous day. Daren't show this blog post to the other Sashas though or else they'll all be wanting to come to you for new hair.
Here Jackie is making him sit still for a little while whilst he dries off.
Back at Jackie's Ross is seen here coming down the stairs after having had his T shirt rinsed and ironed (well he doesn't want to upset Judith of Dollydoodles does he?)
Ross climbs onto a nearby chair to admire the Yukka plant which Jackie's daughter, Natalie's boyfriend, Hans found just dumped as a wooden stump as they were out walking together about half a mile away and Hans carried it all the way back here for her and where over the years it had blossomed forth (as the love between them did) into this delightful plant... though which unfortunately had to be left behind when they recently moved to Costa Rica.
Ross enjoying a little sit down on the balcony after a busy tiring day.
Like all good things everything has an end and so Ross inspects the larger box that he is now to travel home in tomorrow.
If you want to know why the larger box was necessary read the next installment tomorrow.
Many thanks to Jackie for sharing these marvellous photos and to Sarah for adding them again to my blog.