This week can best be described as happy chaos!
It was the end of the financial year so I was busy sending deliverables out to customers and running about like a look getting everything signed off, but it's done! For a weekend. On Monday, I start working up the draft plans for the coming year and turning them into signed off work plans. 😭 Work... It never ends, lol.
Work aside, there was an end of FY lunch with my fellow project leadership types and one of my colleagues, who is on maternity leave, joined us and brought the baby for cuddles. You've gotta love baby cuddles.
The little dude's school play was this week and that was interesting... A bunch of 7-9yos performing A Midsummer's Night's Dream in app. 40 minutes. They looked like they were having so much fun though and it was infectious so fun times.
Then yesterday we spent the day at the local theme park - Paulton's Park - for a late birthday treat for the little dude. It's so close to us but we've never been before! However, all were pleasantly surprised with what it had to offer. It's home of Peppa Pig world which we walked through, out of curiosity, but skipped spending any significant time in it because he's 8 and well past Peppa Pig. It looked amazing if you have kids of that age and the rest of the park was also pretty good and definitely aimed at families for there wasn't a single ride he couldn't go on.
And today ends the week with the loss of an hour (stupid 'spring forward!) but also with Mother's Day.
Hope you've all had a great week!!
Okay, I'm saying it!
I love Rick Riordan's Olympians (Percy/Heroes) more than I love Harry Potter.
I feel like I'm going to explode with all the feelings.
I wanted comfort reads this week and my brain took me to back to Sookie and I loved it.
Mary over at Dark Thoughts reviewed this one this week and I liked the sound of it so 1-clicked!
It was also free (at the time), yeay!
We watched First Man this week and I thought it was painfully boring. It was one of those things that I finished and then wondered why someone thought that should be made? And are Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin supposed to have been assholes? Because the movie didn't paint the prettiest light...
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