Project 365 2024 – Week 13

I am pleased to report that I am feeling a lot better this week, although still have a lingering, niggly cough.

I cannot believe that the kids break up on Thursday as it seems like 5 minutes since half term, but its an early Easter, so they have two weeks off afterwards.

Here is our week:

Sunday 24th March

Day 2 of Eliza and Isaac’s show and this time its a matinee, so an early start for us. It was the Bournemouth half marathon, so getting into Bournemouth proved a little tricky, but we arrived on time.

The show was even better the second time around as we knew where to look for them on stage and we had Nanny with us to cheer them on. She was delighted to see Eliza wearing a dress, not once, but twice.

Monday 25th March

A busy day for me at work, preparing for Easter and trying to promote the work I do in the community. I really hate photo’s of me, especially ones taken at work, as I never look my best, but I have had to grin and bear it.

I think it might be time to get some professional ones done for the next lot of leaflets.

Tuesday 26th March

Because I was off poorly last week, I had to work Tuesday at preschool to make up my hours and it was a very busy day, with a full house of kids and all the Easter artwork to get finished.

I feel like I spend my life in Tesco, but had to pick up some shopping, so took the chance to take a photo of Lilah voting for a Stronger Starts charity to use on another poster.

Wednesday 27th March

Another pre-school day and it’s very clear that the kids are ready for the Easter break.

School emails were also pouring through with details of revision sessions and also news from this term. I found this collage of pics from the kids performance of Beauty and the Beast – Isaac using hairspray on his wig made me chuckle.

Thursday 28th March

Eliza is going on a ski trip with school next month and enjoyed her first ski lesson after school.

She did brilliantly, with no tumbles. She isn’t going to be an expert, but with another couple of lessons next week, at least she will know the basics.

Friday 29th March

Good Friday and I was on the early shift at work. It was like Christmas all over again and busy from the off!

I did 20,000 steps, so not quite as much as Christmas but almost! I wish I had a £1 for everyone who asked where our Easter eggs were as I would have been very rich and yes, we ran out!

I arrived home to the kids having a Hamilton sing off in Easter headbands.

Saturday 30th March

Another busy day at Tesco and we had a visit from our regional manager to add to the day. Thankfully she was happy with the work we had put in, and the store so all was good.

I had to drop something off to Sandbanks Express after work – I would quite like to work there with views like this.

How was your week?

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6 thoughts on “Project 365 2024 – Week 13”

  1. I love Blenheim Palace and the British Icons of Fashion exhibition looks fab. I have been waking up early too, the dawn chorus is in full voice at the moment

    • Love that you commented on your own! Lol.
      Glad the kids’ performance went well again. and the skiing. Lots of N’s friends are on ski trips at the moment with different schools. The leaflet looks good. I’m the same as you, not a fan of work photos at all.

  2. Glad you are feeling better. I think you look lovely in the picture of the community champions! But I know what you mean, I hate having my picture taken.

    Oh wow you ran out of easter eggs!

  3. I am glad you are feeling better now.
    Well done to the kids with the show.
    I think the leaflet looks fab and you look great!
    The skiing looks like a lot of fun, it sounds like she is going to be quite the expert!

  4. You had a very busy week. Karaoke is so much fun, I love the picture with the children enjoying themselves.
    The sky lessons are interesting, I had no idea these are available in UK where there is no snow. Very clever of them.

  5. Glad to hear you’re feeling a bit better. I learnt to ski on artificial slopes, but I’ve never skied on snow. Well done to the kids with the show. And great work with being a community champion.


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