Well it has been a week to remember in these parts. We had the angst in the week leading up my daughter’s operation. It was scary but the day went well. Better than I thought actually. She really was a superstar. We have has snow, so much snow. It started about 5am Sunday morning and just didn’t stop. All day. We have inches and inches of it. My children have never really seen snow before so it was quite a delight for them. They loved it actually and no doubt we’ll be out building snowmen again in the morning. So here is our in pictures…
I am drowning in life at the moment. There is just so much that needs doing and needs doing right away. I don't even know what my priorities are anymore. Spending a week being poorly really didn't help matters but I can finally confirm I am starting to feel more human again. For someone who isn't normally ill this one really took its toll. Ok deep breath and time tackle the pile of life crap.
Instagram hath spoken and those blond locks are getting the chop. The photo doesn't really do the length justice. We're talking past the bottom of the rib cage long. It's taken a while to take he plunge and go for it but I'm now I can't wait. No more twenty 20 minute detangle sessions whilst my kids run wild #longhairproblems Incidentally my roots will also be gone. No it's not meant to be ombré. It's just been that long. On a side note, I am wearing mustard for the first time, ever. Blondes and yellow isn't normally thing but I am all about the new today, clearly. #lifeontheedge #whodoesntloveflannel
Tomorrow is a big day for my little lady. She is having an operation and I am dreading it. It is only minor but she is only 3 so I don't suspect it will feel that way to her. I have written about my apprehension on the blog today and the fact I am unlikely to get an ounce of sleep tonight. Link in bio. I know it'll be fine but still, all the emotion tonight. Gosh it's not even about me and here I am moaning. If I could do it for her I totally would, obviously.
This happened today. We went for a walk in the snow. They bloody loved it. It is STILL snowing. It's snowed all day from 5am. There is so much snow. Poor Nanny Pat is stressing she won't be able to get from Birmingham to Bristol tomorrow. I mean it's not looking likely but would it be wrong if I was secretly happy she'd have to stay another day?