Only a day late this week… Monday was far too nice a morning for me to be sitting on the computer so I spent it sitting out on the deck recharging my batteries, soaking up the sunshine and doing some art.
This week started out with the end of the Beast from the East II Nikki was a wonderful human being and drove me over to Port Solent for work in the morning so that I didn’t have to face the commute by train in the snow… Once in work we very gingerly set about clearing space to actually get onto the boats only to have most of us sent home about an hour in… Bot work in the snow is no fun.
Nikki treated herself to a nice box of doughnuts on the way back from being an awesome sister and giving me a lift to work. I think that is a suitable reward 🙂
Whilst she was munching away on doughnuts in the warm I was busy organising bolts because I live such a rock and roll lifestyle…
This week Nikki is still working away on her Thesis but is getting some time to treat herself a little bit. This week it was a nice dinner and a bottle of wine.
Nikki is still doing her daily penmanship practice and is trying out some new styles. I think these are really coming along now 🙂
Despite all the cold weather we have been having lately spring is trying to show its face. Our Apricot tree is starting to flower – hopefully there will be some bugs about to pollinate it, and it won’t get damaged by the predicted Beast from the East III this coming weekend…
This week at work has been a hectic week getting the boats ready for a racing weekend this weekend and then rolling into the Student nationals during the week. Sunday we had a lovely sunset as we finished off the last few jobs the required good light and handed over the remainder of our boats to the Students… Ready for a very hectic week of racing… (Wish me luck!)
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