Trick or treat

What a week, full of treats certainly, but fortunately no tricks!

I’ve made a conscious effort to switch off from work, and with only two mornings in I’ve succeeded.

Kevin and I enjoyed afternoon tea, bought a new car, I’ve made cards, baubles and been to the cinema.

The house has been cleaned, the garden fed and watered, the drive treated and had time with the kids too, always fun!

I’ve started thinking about improvements/ refurbishments of our home, and enjoyed some walking in the sunshine.

Yesterday we drove to Surrey and enjoyed an extended lunch at Great Fosters in Egham with Viv and Don. The food was great, the surroundings magnificent and well worth another visit!

The clocks went back so an extra hour of sleeplessness for me, but hopefully recharged enough to face the ‘muck and bullets’ of the next eight weeks until the Christmas break: so much to do, but I have promised myself to say ‘no’ and ‘not at the moment’ more, be kinder to myself. Place less pressure on being everything to everybody, and enjoy the build up to Christmas.

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  1. Absolutely correct…just say ‘no’ or ‘not at the moment’ and see how many requests actually come back! V few if any I suggest!

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