The 19th & 20th;A lovely festive time!
The 19th of November. Argh oh god the back pain. I cannot wait to see Dr. Blaney on Wednesday, hopefully he will be happy to organise a date for steroid injections and soon.
This morning was the usual - Sunday Brunch, blog post, coffee, then worked on the crochet until lunchtime. I need to start thinking about Christmas shopping, spending some time looking at what's available.
After lunch, I went upstairs to brush up on some classic scrapes before this evening, put on my face, and take a lot of selfies while listening to Sia's Christmas album.
Once I'd decided I'd done enough, I was back to work on Hank's fleece. Irritatingly, I have run out of wool from the kit before he is finished, so I'm going to have to buy some more to complete his head. Maybe I'll ask my instagram friend who works at Toft if she gets a discount on scraps.
The 20th of November.
Last night was much fun. I saw Paul and James before the show and they've been all over the place, must be exhausted. I know I was knackered by the time I got home. We heard about Al Porter resigning from comedy before it started and ended up having a chat about how some people are terrible. The show was hilarious - I do love a classic scrape.
This morning, we took the kittens to the vet for their first jabs. They were very screamy and scrabbly, but tolerated the injections. Carlton had to have his twice, because Katie went in his skin and out the other side. Whoops! He didn't seem to notice, though. We will give them lots of treats tonight, especially Clarrie, because she's 200g less than Carlton!
After bringing them home, we picked up Grandma and went into town. I went off on my own and had a lovely festive time! I got two pretzels from the German market - one salty, one with cinnamon sugar. My favourite. I bought two glass animals to go with my collection; a little grey cat and a black Scottie dog. Then I went to Paperchase to get some Christmas cards, and I had a nice chat with a girl about my glasses so I recommended Piccadilly to her. Then I went to Selfridges to see the Huda Beauty counter, and I bought a lipstick. While there, I saw a teenage girl opening the drawers, opening new lipsticks, trying them on her hand, and putting them back, which I thought was disgusting and rude. I couldn't say anything to the staff at the time because she was right by me, but I have tweeted them and they were suitably horrified. I'm sure they will get lockable drawers quicksharp.
Then I was pretty much done, as were the others, so we came home and I have had a very restful afternoon.