Sooooooooo…it’s been a while but I am fresh and freckled from Thailand. Admittedly I haven’t felt with it for the past week or so since we got back so that’s blogging and anything that required intense concentration outside of work, took a back seat. I learned that jetlag is horrible and that I will never complain about a 2 hour trip to Europe- AGAIN! Thailand was an amazing adventure and I’ll be putting up a post mid-week to share all of the best (and funny) parts with you. It was utterly delightful to come back to the wind, rain and the tube strike and I dare say that it’ll only be another week or so before wanderlust kicks in once again.
In the meantime, I thought I’d just write a little catch-up post because I keep promising myself that I will be strict with my blogging and get a proper schedule going with it, it’s on my 25 Things To Do Before 25 list (coming up very shortly) but I’ve also included “STOP WORRYING ABOUT EVERYTHING” on it too. I think the latter will be better for my well-being!
Anyways, work has been go-go-go! Really enjoying writing the Gig Panel each week in the Ticket for the Daily Mirror (check it out every Friday). Outside of work, had a really busy weekend after we got back, which didn’t really help the jetlag but it was worth it. The girls surprised my friend Emma and I with a belated birthday present- Afternoon Tea at BB Bakery in Covent Garden! It had cuuuuuuuuuute written all over it from the illustrations and the china-ware to the delicious cakes and scones.I didn’t realise how quickly you could feel full after half a dozen bite-sized treats but we hit the shops afterwards to burn it all off.
Of course, Friday just gone was Valentine’s Day and after a manic week, it was nice to just go out for dinner and then do absolutely sod-all for the remainder of the weekend. This Monday has turned out to be less of a struggle than previous ones, amazing how much sleep can rejuvenate you! Tomorrow night I’m off to see an Andrew Lloyd Webber production Tell Me On A Sunday at the Duchess Theatre, as part of a Press Night (exciting!) and I’m taking my dear Mumma along for a nice, girly evening. I’m also hunting around for a 1920s style dress (too much choice!) at the moment as the girls and I are off to an awesome Prohibition party next month. Send any links/suggestions my way, s’il-vous-plaît!
Hope you have an awesome week, I’ll be back soon with my 25 list and loads of Thailand pics to make you dribble…