Friday, 19 June 2015

Totally inspired by...

... this post on Deb's blog today.

So I decided to take the prompts and complete them myself.

Feeling relaxed and happy now that I have quit my job and started my training course.

Loving that I have had Ben and Penny at home for two weekends in June.

Reading  'When Good Friends Go Bad' by Ellie Campbell. A story about the bonds of friendship from secondary school to 12 years on and how when they reunite there are some exciting outcomes.

Drinking lots of water and sugar free squash to help with my weight loss.

Anticipating our holiday to France.

Listening to Eclipse on CD in my car - unabridged story. I've read the book and seen the film, but still enjoy listening to the talking book.

Watching  NCIS series 12, the rest of my favourite series have finished for the summer.

Planning a day out for my birthday at Hever Castle.

Looking forward to an afternoon out at Tropical Wings tomorrow with Hugh, Ben and Penny.

Creating scrapbook pages using old papers and new kits.

Need to finish knitting my shawl before our holiday as I want to take it to wear in the evenings!

Wishing for a job as a medical secretary when I have finished my course.

Main goal to continue to be as relaxed and happy as I am now.

Thank you Deb for your post. I might make this a regular monthly event!


alexa said...

This gives such a lovely flavour of how life is for you right now. Hoping that you can continue to enjoy feeling relaxed ...

Deb @ PaperTurtle said...

Aw, I love this, Becky. It's fun to see your answers to the same prompts. Here's wishing you all the best in the upcoming months!

Julia said...

Good luck with the training and glad you are vfeeling more relaxed :)

Sian said...

I'm keeping my fingers crossed for the right job to come along.

I went to Hever for my birthday trip once. It's such a lovely place

Melissa said...

I'm so glad you are feeling happy & relaxed now that you're out of the job & getting going on your training course!

Alison said...

You DO sound relaxed and happy...long may it continue! Xx

Jo said...

This is a lovely post that shows how happy you're feeling right now. You've got lots of good things to look forward to and I'll keep my fingers crossed that a job comes along when you need it x

KraftyKaren said...

Good luck with your search for a medical secretary job - you could try approaching different hospitals in your area (including private ones) to see if they have a secretarial bank - I did this and loved the variety of the work and ended up, once I became a known face, to get several job offers.

Anonymous said...

Keeping my fingers crossed for a job that you'll like when you finish the course - must be pretty soon now.