Week forty five was a busy one, here are the highlights:
The weather changed and the temperature dropped, it was very wet!
My hair was finally long enough for me to wear it up:
I had the first of many red cups, this was eggnog latte and it was gorgeous!
On bonfire night we don't go to a firework display (Maddie doesn't like them), we stay home and watch this:
On Thursday we had the day off work and went to London, Maddie called this our jazz feet shot :)
We had a quick stop at Pudding Lane because I've been watching the BBC dramatisation of the Great Fire of London.
Then we went to see the poppies, a very emotional experience.
And I'm so pleased I made the effort.
We spotted a Paddington Bear at London Bridge Station and I'm hoping to go back and find the rest of them :) I think there are about 50 hidden around London.
That evening I was so proud to be voted Miss Slinky by my slimming group:
And I still had dirty pudding!
Friday evening saw me at bingo, I haven't been for such a long time. No winnings but lots of fun :)
I went to a crop on Saturday with a lovely group of ladies and got some more Project Life done. I'm currently 6 weeks behind but considering I was over 20 weeks behind in October I think I'm doing well.
I was given a cutting from a very special Money Tree and it brought me luck, I won £25 on the lottery that night!
On Sunday I felt really poorly, I still don't feel right now, so I had a Christmas PJ day, blog read and watched Elf, it was great medicine :)
I did manage to get myself off of the sofa so that I could play with Alfie and his new ball and the fresh air did help.
I think and hope that this week will be a bit quieter around here and I can get some more work done on my homemade Christmas presents.
Have a great week and thanks for stopping by
Living life to the full with my daughter, Maddie, and pooch, Alfie. Dividing my time between Surrey and Bournemouth where my partner, Paul, lives. I juggle my hobbies, of which there are many, with full time work and I'm 3 years in to my Slimming World journey.