I’m sad to say that the tree finally had to go. Matthew stripped her and threw her out yesterday, although she was still perfectly green and lush. Instead we now have a xmas palm tree – it’s not the same but quite nice anyway.
Sunset in Edinburgh. I love the chimneys against the sky – you’ll find them on most houses here.
Awrite! (Scottish for ‘hi’)
As the Christmas holiday is becoming just a distant memory and everyday life taking over again it’s starting to sink in that we’ve entered year 2014. When thinking back about last year, I realise that, once again, it’s been a year of changes. I like change, which might be a reason I, since I turned 18, haven’t stayed in the same place, school or job for a long period of time. 2013 was no different.
Hope you’ve all had the chance to have a relaxing holiday and recharge your batteries for the new year. I’ve had a great (and extremely lazy) two weeks off work – which I had to pay for this morning when I dragged myself out of bed at 8 am only to spend the entire day in a zombiesque state. The fact that it’s Monday and it’s been raining the whole day didn’t make things better. Today is apparently the most depressing day of the year – totally agree!!