It’s been a very strange week here, there hasn’t been too much normality at all. On Wednesday I had to go to hospital for a very minor op, nothing serious but I was really worried as I didn’t know what to expect. It was fine, the hospital staff were amazing and made me feel so at ease and the sedative drugs were great so I felt a bit drunk and then just fell straight to sleep, and for a few seconds when I woke up I thought I was back at home when I woke up. It went much better than expected and we ended the week with some very good news.
In what has been a roller coaster week these have been my highlights:
I knew I was going to be waiting around the hospital for a while on Wednesday so I took a couple of magazine with me to read, and reminded myself of why I rarely read magazines anymore. It made me realise how much more I prefer reading blogs. I don’t care what’s going on with the Kardashians, I’d rather keep up to date with my favourite blogs. Saying that though I am really behind with my blog reading and commenting as I’ve been a bit wiped out since Wednesday. I do now have a week off work to recuperate so planning a commenting marathon to catch up.
I can’t not not mention the Brits here, can I? I think everyone is well aware of the Madonna fall, poor Madge, she didn’t look happy did she?
Whilst we’re mentioning the Brits, what on earth was going on with Kanye West’s (I use the word reluctantly) performance. I know I’m in my mid-30’s and no longer down with the kids but that was shocking, and not in a good way!
This probably isn’t something that I should be loving but it did make me giggle on Wednesday. I was sat with O on the couch and we were playing a game on the iPad when suddenly he said “Oh, bugger!” He’d been at my mums all day and I’m pretty sure that’s where he’s picked it up but we did have to have words about not using that word and luckily he hasn’t said it again. Kids listen and pick up everything!
Okay, I’m struggling with this one, I’m clutching at straws. This week I made some money eBaying some of O’s old clothes. Actually, they’re not old (BNWT) but he has outgrown them and we are trying to do a bit of decluttering in time for the Spring.
I did get to wear a beautiful hospital gown and hairnet on Wednesday but have since treated myself to a pair of new PJ bottoms from Tesco. They are without doubt the comfiest pants ever, made from the softest cotton. My only slight niggle is that Tesco sizes are either 8-10 or 12-14, I’m a 10-12! I’ve sized up because I like my PJ’s to be loose, but they are bit on the big side.
He doesn’t get much of a mention on here but this week I am very grateful for my husband. He has been my rock!