It’s becoming a regular occurrence that I write my blog posts (from my mobile phone) in the bath. One of these days I’m going to drop my phone in and I’m going to regret ever doing this. The thing is, I really enjoy typing up a post whilst I soak in a relaxing bath. I don’t know about you, but somehow whenever I step foot in a shower or a bath, I immediately retain thoughts and my mind goes into overdrive. I guess it’s a fruitful task for me to write from the tub!
I’ve had a really pleasant day so far. I’m currently writing this blog as I soak in the bath. I’m just going to tell you about my day and my plans for the weekend which consists of literally nothing. Bliss.
Wednesday; time for a mid-week blog. I don’t have anything in particular that I want to write about, I’ll just give a brief update on what I’ve been up to since my last blog post.
Monday – the day most people dread. I actually had a rather productive day. I gave myself a big push and visited my local gym and was given an induction.
In this life, it is very seldom that you come across a genuine, wise and beautiful person. One that has a heart of gold and always endeavours to see the good in people. I know a very special lady just like that – and I’m privileged and extremely grateful to call her my dear friend – Avril Kelly.
This morning, I logged on to my Facebook account and what I saw hit me like a ton of bricks: A video of me (from 2 years ago) singing and playing guitar.
I’ve been putting off blogging for a few days now. It’s been roughly 5 days since I last posted a blog – I haven’t been busy; I just haven’t been feeling up to it. I don’t entirely feel up to it today either, to be honest, but I pushed myself to do a quick update as I don’t want to fall out of the habit of blogging frequently.
And here are all of the gifts I have bought Alastair so far (I had to lay some out on the floor as I could not fit them all on my bed). I can not wait for him to open all of them. I have put a lot of thought into his gifts and I hope he appreciates and loves them all – I’m sure he will – he’s forever grateful for anything I ever do for him.