25 July 2014

Loving, Needing, Meh! #56

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This week I have been LOVING:
  • In the top spot it has to be the beautiful lavender I received from my extremely wonderful colleague at work. I teared up as soon as she gave it to me because it is so thoughtful and I love lavender so much. I couldn't imagine work without her and she has saved me from hysterics on many an occasion. Thank you Judith, you're the best!
  • I am loving the feeling in the air at work now that the end of term has arrived. We have a six week long 'mufti day' to look forward to and that is pretty damn good! It is peaceful and I am looking forward to getting things done that have been moved along the 'to-do' list all year.
  • I really enjoyed this very open and honest YouTube video by Ingrid, from the channel Miss Glamorazzi called 'There's Something Good in Every Day'. A very interesting and inspirational little video by a lovely lady! 
  • More storms! There is one happening right now! Lovely fresh breeze and thunder, just what the doctor ordered. 
This week I have been NEEDING:
  • I need the Cornish registrar to call back! We have been playing telephone tennis all week long and so far haven't actually spoken yet! The big day (little day actually) is all booked apart from that bit (which is kind of important!) - come on!
  • Speaking of wedding related bits and pieces - I really need to start thinking about venues for our post wedding party. It will be a couple of weeks after the day because of how we are doing things but I am looking forward to getting things booked and then I can work out the smaller details.
This weeks 'MEH!':
  • I don't mean to sound all 'English' here and live the British cliche but this sticky humidity is driving me crazy! I love warm weather but not being able to sleep at night and having work trousers clinging to me all day is not fun at all! 
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  1. Be as British as you like - the humidity blows.
    Want me to pop down and give the Cornish Registrar a prod?
    M x Life Outside London

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  2. Could ya?!! (or we could build a long poking device like they did in 'Friends'?!! - old school episode!) You can't call them and actually speak to a person, you leave a message or email and it takes four days for them to call- chances are I'm out of signal or whatever, then we start all over again! I can't book anything else until I speak to them :-( (grumpy face!)
    x

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