Sunday Salon: Ups and downs

The Sunday Salon

It’s been a bit of an up and down week. I haven’t got much reading done but I am currently completely absorbed in an old Nick Hornby novel. Which is something good to alleviate the curled-up-under-the-sick-blanket day I’m having.

For most of the week Tim was working so many hours we didn’t really see each other but on Wednesday he surprised me by taking me out to dinner. Which was lovely. It was a beautiful evening, we ate tasty food, strolled along Bristol harbour arm in arm, talked and laughed. Perfect.

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Then I found out my Nan was ill. It’s not super serious but her general health hasn’t been great this year so any illness is a bit worrying. So I got stressed. Then I pushed myself to do too much stuff and got tired.

And I thought maybe I’d got away with it. Yesterday I felt good, it was the weekend, we went into town for the afternoon, got alternatively cooked and soaked by the changeable weather, sorted some chores, drank good coffee, had a nice evening playing silly computer games and watching DVDs.

But today I feel terrible. Completely bleurgh (to use a technical term). It will pass, it’s not even the worst I’ve felt this year, but it’s still a bit of a crap end to the week. Here’s to a brand new week starting tomorrow.

How has your week been?

5 thoughts on “Sunday Salon: Ups and downs

  1. Laurel-Rain Snow July 1, 2012 at 1:30 pm

    Oh, I hate weeks like that…mine has been filled with frustrations as I try to adjust to using a laptop…I love it, but the keyboard is challenging. Every comment and post requires editing!

    Hope your new week is better…and here’s MY SUNDAY SALON POST

  2. Vasilly July 1, 2012 at 7:29 pm

    I’m so sorry about your Nan being ill. I hope you two feel better and next week is more relaxing for you.

  3. Nose in a book July 1, 2012 at 7:34 pm

    Laurel-Rain I hope you get comfy with your new laptop soon.

    Vasilly Thank you!

  4. Susan July 2, 2012 at 11:55 pm

    sorry to hear of your week. Luckily there’s this week which hopefully will be better. I hope Nick Hornby provides a comforting antidote … he often does. best, http://www.thecuecard.com/

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