Not too much to report in the last few weeks except my trip to Melbourne, pre-Christmas blog events, family stuff, the usual work shenanigans and being run off my ass with a million errands and a to-do list the size of a small child.
Stepping onto the marina I was a little nervous because I was all by myself. My hands were shaking, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I was excited because this evening was all about celebration. Where was I and what was I celebrating? Let us back track a little bit…
Christmas is a month away. I’m in pure shock. If anyone is able to tell me how and why the year has gone so quickly I’ll give you a prize. I’m not prepared at all.
Is it just me or is life running so smoothly right now? In fact, I’ve been in the best mood lately and I have no idea why. Even work has been bearable. Sunshine, rainbows and the rest of that clichéd jazz, but life has been really good.
Warning, this post contains very unattractive selfies. If you do not follow my Instagram you would have missed the news that I had all four of my wisdom teeth removed Friday. And hasn’t it been an awful few days. You hear the horror stories but until you’ve actually had it done you can’t really fathom it.
If I had any idea how this year would pan out when I started my little spot on the internet I probably would have had a heart attack. Or at least a panic attack. Because the day I decided to really put some time and effort into my blog I didn’t realise that my little place of ranting and reviews would become so much more.
Can you believe it’s already October? When I think about how fast this year has flown by I feel very nervous. Christmas is just around the corner, but I’m pretty sure I’ll be working this year. Unfortunately the emergency department never sleeps and someone has got to man the desk so pretty sure I’ll be rocking a Santa hat at work on December 25. I’m pretty upset/annoyed about it but I guess I’ve just got to suck it up – at least I’m not a patient in the hospital! With a new season and more fun on the way I though it was time to take stock.
This last fortnight has been good and bad. Telstra Perth Fashion Festival was absolutely fantastic, I spent time with my family for my brother Joel’s university graduation, caught up with old and new friends respectively, discovered a new favourite cafe, met some wonderful new blogger friends and found out E’s sister is having another girl! I’m going to be an aunty again!
Tuesday started like most Tuesday’s. I woke up, showered, got in the car, drove to Fremantle. But wait, I don’t work in Fremantle! That is because I had a dreaded appointment I’d been preparing myself for for two months. Two months of avoidance and denial.