I'm late in writing and posting this because I've been crazy busy week since Thursday and a pretty crap week up until Thursday.
The beginning half of the week was a miserable haze of work and feeling horrendous over the loss of my cat. I knew it would be a tough and crappy week but it topped even my expectations... I miss that little furball so so much! 😭
The second half of the week, I was so busy I barely had time to blink!
Thursday, I had a half-day in the office then I came home and I went on a cleaning and sorting spree in advance of my mum arriving and in preparation for Christmas. Nice way to kick start the holidays!
Friday I dropped the little dude at school for his last day and then the professor and I spent the morning wrapping all the presents!
The afternoon, we collected the kid and went to dinner and to see the new Star Wars - which I thought was awesome.
Saturday was spent catching up on emails and some online bits before hitting the Christmas market and ice-skating and then we came home and watched Klaus on Netflix.
Today, I picked up my mum from the airport and went from there to town for her to do her Christmas shopping. By the time we got home and had some dinner, I'm tired, feeling festive once more and desperately seeking time to READ!
When the time comes, I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas!
(And if you don't celebrate Christmas a nice day.)
I started on Wednesday and it's been the perfect distraction for my battered soul... I'm not reading it anywhere as quickly as I could or would want to because I've had no freaking time since then to indulge but I'm hoping to dive back in this evening.
Sam asks, Can We Just Let People Like Things?
This week, I've watched Love Actually, Klaus, Home Alone and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
I plan on watching The Witcher at some point and finishing His Dark Materials over the holidays.
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