Archives for posts with tag: Snow

My cousin’s hilarious dating chat.

Doing yoga, watching the snow fall outside.

Being outside and walking lots today.

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Snowy walking today. It got a bit too snowy at some points but it was lovely.

I did it! I won us £2,000 funding for BOW! I can’t believe it! So pleased!

Seeing Jonny this evening. It’s been ages and it was so nice to see him.

Walking to work through the snow. Smiling and being happy after a cuddly night. And happy to be walking to work again.

I’ve been paid! Finally finally finally.

Itsu for lunch. Thanks salary. And another lovely walk. Thanks fixed foot.

A final walk through the gentle snowfall and the big piles of snow. Bye Oslo, you’ve been fabulous.

Getting my pitch written at the airport. I feel a lot happier now that I’ve done that.

Getting home and Stuart coming over for food and cuddles. It was lovely to sleep next to him. For a change!

Out and about, discovering Oslo. Such a beautiful and quiet city. And the sky was so blue.

Playing in the snow on a botty whizzer.

An emotional gig in a church. A bar with loads of plants. General holiday lols.

Delicious mini truffle things at the walking conference. I had a lot.

OSLO!

Snow snow snow snow.

Snow day!! 

Walking around the park, smiling at strangers, checking out snowmen and taking rare selfies. Snow makes everyone happier.

Chatting to Stuart on the phone. That’s a nice new occurrence. 


A massage, facial and head massage. Whilst the snow storm raged outside. 

Discovering I had a massage at the same time as mum. Random.

Hearing a hat and headphones. 

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Chatting skiing and cheese with Andrew.
Swimming after work. I was really looking forward to it.
Hannah’s poo stories.

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The small train up the mountain to the glacier, with views all down the valley.
Sledging. On the botty whizzer. In thigh deep snow.
The postcards we smeared with cake. And the cake.

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I skied! I’ve never skied before and it was so much fun!
The well earned and totally delicious hot chocolate with biscuits on afterwards.
….then the raclette for dinner. CHEEEEEEESE!

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The beautiful cloud formations on the plane.
Discovering the British passport has a UNICORN on it.
SNOW! Chamonix. FRANCE! Drinking hot wine outside with the stunning mountains in the background. The horse wearing a hat! The drummers. Touching a ski. Finding the crisps.
The ice hockey match. The shouting in French, the men, the crêpe, the fondue, the winning.

That’s loads more than three but it’s been such a fun day.

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Harry Potter Christmas press night. Mini mince pies, free alcohol, a triple decker bus and riding on a broomstick.
Having a photo taken with a McBusted just to make Hannah jealous.
The fake snow. Oh, the fake snow.

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Rob Roy Glacier. Simply amazing. Well worth the walk up.
Seeing two big chunks of ice/snow fall off the glacier and tumble down the mountain, shattering into pieces.
The big huddle of sheep, staring at us.

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A cute little present tucked into my bag from my lovely colleague including this poem.
Waking to work in the early morning and smelling that cold, snow smell that reminded me of home. My family home. And my childhood.
Emailing my friend about vaginas.

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Going to New Brighton Beach for a lovely sunny walk and spying the snow topped mountains behind us.
The flight was, as usual, a bit scary fire my but we saw some absolutely amazing views on the way, the huge range of snowy mountain tops, the sounds, the Strait, the sunset and the clouds.
The card from our friend back home filled with the tiniest writing possible.

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Watching the snow build up outside the window

Walking hand in hand through the snowy streets

Making it crunch underfoot, a noise that never gets old.

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Looking out the window in the morning and seeing snow. Unfortunately I forgot to take a photo until it had almost all melted.

Watching the snow fall later on.

Pushing myself away from my desk on my wheelie office chair and crashing into the washing that I KNEW was behind me. Funny, silly and happens more than I care to admit.