We have had Cyber Monday, Black Friday, Mad Friday, which presumably was followed by Hangover Saturday, and also Panic Saturday and now I am introducing Oh bloody hell this is really happening and I have done bugger nothing Monday”. Or I was really organised and ordered it all on line weeks ago but now thanks
The thing about working from home is that I often skip breakfast as I hit the ground running. And then I miss breakfast as I can’t be bothered to cook anything or throw a sandwich together. You know how it is. You work in the kitchen but don’t actually want anything to eat.
Exhausting isn’t it? This holiday season. That and the shorter days. And the end of term. And it feeling like forever since you had a holiday. Or even a proper day off. And all you can see ahead of you is a chasing your tail with getting ready for Christmas with present buying
So you are stumped. You need to buy a Christmas present for a teenage girl and you have no idea what to buy. I know this because I have two of them. Teenagers, that is, not presents. The teenagers themselves are no use, you ask them and they just say “money”. Buying
I am big fan of experiences. Not only are they great fun but they create fabulous memories. I think we have been through the Red Letter Day’s catalogue and done most of them between us, everything from driving experiences to wine tastings to photography days. What I have never done though, is visit an
It was during Abigail’s Party recently that it happened. Not an actual party at Abigail’s, I don’t know anyone called Abigail. Let alone Lawrence. And don’t get me started on olives. Now you see if you haven’t seen that film, that last paragraph makes no sense to you. As the references to “frozen