Thursday, 26 May 2011

My Week

Things I have been up to this week;

1) Missing Michael. Although I have finished my degree, Michael is still completing his PGCE course and is back and forth from London and Chelmsford. He was recently away for three days, so I have been mooching around until he came home again. (Yay!).

2) Visited my Babcia and Dziadzia. (Grandparents). I learnt how to make pierogi, which are a kind of pasta dumpling with a cheese and potato filling. Sounds weird, but yummy.

3) Looked at lots of bunnies and wanted one very badly. I filled up my phone memory with photos of them, and managed to name quite a few before I was cruelly dragged away.

4) Arranged some work experience at my old Junior school. I have a meeting with the head the week after half term to confirm details, but then hopefully I can check this item off my summer list!

5) Reading. It is so so nice to read for pleasure once again. I've read the latest in the Sookie Stackhouse series, Dead Reckoning, (great, but finished on a cliffhanger, which yet again will leave me hanging for another year!) Then I read Angelology, which was amazing, and will also have a sequel, and a movie. I also read God is a Rabbit, drawn in by the title.

Now I am about to start David Mitchell's latest title, The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet, which looks intriguing, and I loved Cloud Atlas, so I have high hopes for this one. I have not yet finished The Hare with Amber Eyes either, preferring to read it in small increments. The reason for this being here:

And that has been my week!


  1. I have missed you this week, and maybe one day we will get a rabbit so you know longer have to get in places to stare at them

  2. I meant 'no' not 'know', I am an English teacher, honestly

  3. That's funny I just bought When God Was a Rabbit! Sounds really good. Also, I have Angelology in my to read pile... just finishing David Nicholls One Day, which I love...can totally relate to Emma in it!

    Anyway sounds like you have been a busy bunny...hehe

  4. I don't stare at rabbits, I talk to them... And Nicola, you have to read angelology next, it's the best book I've read in ages! It made me want to go to Paris again. (hint hint michael) :)

  5. We are flying over Paris soon. Does that count?