Hope you all had a brilliant weekend – ours is still going because today is Gibraltar’s National day! The whole country is dressed in red and white with wine all over. It always seems to be the hottest day of the year!
I got this idea from Jenna’s blog and loved it so much because very few things beat catching up with an old friend over coffee. Sometimes I will make a hot cup of
coffee green tea and have a Skype date with friends from around the world. This is one of my favourite things to do! What stops us doing that here on the blog? Do you have some coffee right now? If not, go grab some!
If we were having coffee together i’d tell you that I went out for dinner and a bit of partying for a friends birthday on Saturday night for the first time in a long time (after all that has been going on). Can I just say that I am amazed by what a difference heels make to my confidence levels? Who knew being so high could literally lead to a sense of empowerment?! I need me some more heels! I also wore the jumpsuit that I had saved for so long waiting for the perfect occasion! Yey! 🙂
If we were having coffee together I would tell you that my parents left for London today until Friday. This means that I am home. alone. the. whole. week. This is a big deal to me – I have so much freedom all of a sudden! I feel like the queen of my own castle. I plan to take full advantage of this and cook as much as possible in a free kitchen, watch all my favourite shows on the free TV and read whenever i like on the free coach! Yes, in the night time I do turn on all the lights and the TV because I get a little spooked out, but during the day it is awesome.
If we were having coffee together I would tell you that as well as helping in the family business, i have recently started a new job at the hospital. I am basically helping out on a dementia case study which includes producing a document to present to the Gibraltar government to change the pathway for people with Dementia in Gibraltar – this includes more facilities, early diagnosis, education for healthcare professionals and carers and tackles other areas of the illness. The job involves a lot of research and writing and so far I am really enjoying it! On that note, September is international Dementia awareness month so have a read about it 🙂
So, how are things with you?