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Sunday, 5 January 2014

Chapter 2014: here we go

Aaaaaaaand I'm finally pulling my finger out and getting back on the blogging bandwagon. I've been in a weird flux where what I've wanted to say I haven't been allowed to discuss, so I just....didn't say anything at all. You know how it is. 

Plus we had this massive 22 person Christmas to enjoy, and the week around it, which was a nice distraction.


So the quick update is that I finished one job this week, and tomorrow I'm starting another. I was all kinds of worried about being knocked up and not able to get work given I'm a ticking time bomb of baby birthing, but my old workplace miraculously got in contact with an opportunity that could not have worked out more perfectly. Now I not only get to work with Miss J (amongst others) again, but I'm back on a 21 minute train ride commute with a seat pretty much guaranteed in the mornings. BAM! No more sardine-tin-I'm-about-to-faint rides while heavily pregnant. Alls well that ends well.


I just know that time is going to speed by now, so I better get cracking on ticking off a few more to do's before life changes once and for all. Like making meringues. Which I did last night. Gawd, how my Saturday nights have changed.


So this is a happy new year from me to you - 2014 is going to ROCK. Albeit mostly soberly. And in a more "bouncing baby" than "crowd surfing at live gigs" fashion. Bring it on.

6 comments:

  1. Love the photos - the last one is fantastic :) I'm trying to get back on the blogging horse too, after far too long spent worrying about idiotic things like work... Just discovered your blog - subscribing straight away!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Jonathan! Will be sure to head on over to your blog ad check it out also. Good luck with getting back on the blog horse!

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  2. YIPPEE I'm so glad to have you back with us Christine! I've missed your little life updates. I know just how frustrating it is not being able to share news, it happens a lot in the Army when you can't even talk to friends for example involving discipline or promotion.
    So so glad to hear all is well :) I love the christmas jumper family snaps
    Hears to a fabby 2014
    x x x
    The Lobster & Me

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    1. That must be so hard!! Discipline I understand, but promotion is a killer to keep under wraps. My life is such an open book I find it excruciating having things I can't talk about! xx

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  3. Freakin awesome to have you back! And congrats on the job!
    M x Life Outside London

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  4. That's amazing news!!! Well done :D

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