Sunday evening already. The weekend gone in the blink of an eye.
I’m exhausted. Mentally and physically. But all worth it.
It’s been a great two days.
Last night was amazing. I haven’t laughed so much in a long long time. From Agnes the cuddly loving surprise guest dog, Geraldine’s ‘Polar Espresso’, Jaba’s 45 second effort to come up with a single word to Cyprus modern history and Russian politics conversations.
I consider myself lucky to have such beautiful, fun, caring humans as friends. Oh and Chris loved his gift. How could he not! Thank you Chris for a lovely evening, definitely one to remember.
Today, at 12pm the gorgeous, sweet Dan walked in the middle of John Lewis in Southampton, holding his shopping bag and a Moz cuddly toy and started singing Elbow’s cover of Golden Slumbers, the soundtrack of the John Lewis advert. And 150 of SingForce and SingNow singers joined in.
I got goosebumps all over my body, I almost cried whilst singing. I can’t wait to share some footage when is out. To see so many of my colleagues and old friends from SingNow come together to sing such a beautiful song was just wonderful. Cuddles and catch ups afterwards made my day. My heart melt.
After a cup of tea with my favourite it was time for another viewing.
This time it went brilliant. It’s not in the best area but the flat and the room itself were stunning. And I’ll have the bathroom just for myself. I doubt I can find somewhere that nice. The potential new flatmate was great. Nice, polite, honest, open, happy to share his Peruvian coffee although he just met me.
It’s incredibly hard for me to make any decision and I know if I don’t push myself I’ll end up stuck again so I decided to go for it! What’s the worst it can happen.
Change will always be scary but unbelievably exciting.
Shout out to my best friend again for coming along with me. I don’t want to think how much I’ll miss you, I really don’t.
It’s been overwhelmingly emotional today.
Here’s to the last full week of work before Christmas. It may not be easy but it will definitely end well with our annual Solent staff Christmas bash. It will be my last one and I have a feeling it will be the best so far!