Up until very recently I have been living in a whirl wind which consisted of homework, London, housing, university, student finance and last but by no means least family life. And to be honest it did wear me out a little, well I am an old tart you know. Anyway as from yesterday I have finished all of my school work and just have a gentle week left to help get everything ready for the fashion show. I can’t tell you how pleased I am that I have handed everything in including locating missing library books which were feared lost until I had a light bulb moment and sure enough they were piled in with the laundry that needs ironing in the bedroom – I like to read in bed. And during all of that, I had to fit in my birthday.
Hubby and I trotted down to London last week in order to take measurements in my new pad only to find the banks surveyor had not returned the keys and wasn’t able to be contacted, which made us grumble quite a bit so we headed off to see an exhibition, which wasn’t wasn’t any great shakes, so I won’t waffle on about that when hubby remembered (have I told you how much I love this man) that I Knit was around the corner. Oh my giddy aunts, we walked for less than two minutes and we were there. That was a shock to the system I can tell you. I was so happy to be sprung with such a surprise, I am sure it wasn’t on purpose, but it was a genius birthday present – I’ve wanted to go to I Knit for ages.