I’m now almost 18 weeks and it’s been a pretty good week. Nothing particularly exciting has happened but my happy sunny outlook is continuing with only the occasional blip. I’ve continued to take things very easy and the week has actually flown by. I hope that continues over the next 20ish weeks, particularly as I expect to be under even more restrictions as my pregnancy progresses.
Yesterday I did a very very boring job, a job I’ve been meaning to do for years…..I cleared out my hotmail account (I did warn you I hadn’t done anything particularly exciting this week!). I am now down from 35,000 emails to 8,000. Quite an achievement.
As well as my amazing email clean out, I had another achievement, I finished off the bunting I was making and am very pleased with the finished product. When I get a moment I will put a tutorial on the sewing section of my website. My next sewing projects include making some curtains (maybe a little ambitious!) and a patchwork cushion. So watch this space.
I had a lovely girly evening with two friends last week which involved my favourite things, chatting, pizza and chocolate. I really love evenings like that, I am officially getting old.
Notwithstanding (such a lawyer word!) what I have just said, I am on a bit of a health kick at the moment and am trying to increase the amount of fruit I eat. So I’m very into smoothies and fruit, granola, yoghurt and honey brekkies. I’m also enjoying the occasional cheeky de-caf latte! Yummy.
I’m trying to think back to what else I’ve been up to this last week. I started the week by tracking two friends online as they did the opposite to me, they got off their bottoms and ran a really really long way, uphill! They did the Comrades marathon. Amazing. If you’ve not heard of the Comrades marathon, its an 89km race, mainly uphill in South Africa. Oh and you have to do it in under 12 hours or you don’t even get a medal. Craziness. They both did amazingly and I enjoyed tracking them as I sat on my bottom, catching up on Britain’s Got Talent whilst drinking many, many cups of tea. Lets hope the uneventful weeks continue.