Weight: 94.7 kgs
“Time did not compose her” – Jane Austen, Emma
My Life Goal, ze Weight
A slight increase which I don’t mind about; I’m eating more which is good thing as it gives me more energy.
Shake Your Booty
I’m feeling a tad more active with each day; I managed to do 20 minutes of yoga on Friday and 20 minutes walking on the treadmill yesterday…slowly…but it was good to be able to get moving again even if it was slowly.
What I’m Up Too…
I went back to work on Tuesday after over a month off, I was excited to be going back to work (weirdo I know!)…first stop was seeing the company doctor who then recommended I work from home for the next two weeks doing half days…I’m sick of our house at the moment so I felt like I was getting banished back to my little tower…but then realised that driving and work was just going to wear me out pronto…which it did…along with suffering from a total lack of concentration. I’ll get there, baby steps and realising what I am currently capable of which isn’t a lot!
I had a blog post which I thought I had scheduled to go out during the week…it was finished but I had forgotten to schedule it…doh…concentration levels are appalling.
Work then told me to have Friday off as part of my phased return…which was then promptly used to get a MOT for my car which was due *coughs* in April…seriously, where was my letter to remind me! Dropped the car off, gave him my keys…walked out of the workshop…walked back in a minute later after realising my house keys were on the keyring…such a wally with a capital W!
G’s mum took me out the yesterday afternoon to visit a pretty little garden in Silsoe, Bedfordshire…it was a thatched cottage with the most beautiful little garden which was open as part of the National Garden Scheme which is a charity run event that raises money for various nursing charities and it’s celebrating it’s 90th anniversary this year…you can check out what gardens are open in your area here…
…and most will have cakes to snack on as well…pretty roses, gluten free cake and a lady playing a harp in the garden…all very English I must say!
^^My Boden dress that matched the floral tablecloth rather well and let me fit in a piece of gluten free cake with ease!
Anyway enough of my babbling…time for lunch.