Monday, November 18, 2013

See you on the other side...


Don't you find that you spend time dreading some weeks and they just pass you by? I've had a few of those recently and somehow they disappear without giving you a chance to even attempt half of your to-do list. I'm not convinced that there are enough hours in the day at the moment. I've been trying to work pretty hard in the last couple of weeks to get on top of my studying as tomorrow morning I will be going into hospital for a few days to have an operation and will have to take a little bit of time out to get better. Don't worry though, I'm leaving you in some very good hands with a very exciting guest post scheduled for you all later in the week. Keep your eyes peeled! I'm so excited to share it with you.

Tonight I'm taking a night off of studying and going to see a comedian I have recently been enjoying - Bridget Christie. I'm sure it'll be the perfect way to distract myself from what's coming tomorrow! In all honesty, I haven't even had time to worry about it and I'm so excited that it might be the solution to a lot of my symptoms I just can't wait to have it done. I've never had an operation before - have any of you? Any advice or top tips to calm the nerves would be much appreciated!

Have a lovely week, enjoy the guest post and I'll update you on my operation adventures as soon as I'm home again.

Oh, I almost forgot - my little kitten, Cosmo, is featuring over on Katie's "Perfect Pets" series today. Make sure you pop over and have a peek at him aged around 4 months. He's grown so much since then but he gets cuter and cuter each and every day.

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5 comments:

  1. Good luck with the Op! I'm sure it will be fine. I've had a few and it's always a lot better than I think it will be! Being knocked out and having some time in bed is even quite relaxing!

    xx

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  2. Hi fellow Southamptoner! Thanks for sending me your blog link - always nice to know fellow bloggers in your area. Wishing you luck with the op and love your blog so far :)

    xx

    shewearsburgundy.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. You'll be recuperating just now, Beeta. I'm sorry that I'm late to seeing your post, but I hope everything went really well. I've had several operations in my time and never had any complaints. Rest up, do everything that you're advised to, and don't be afraid to call someone if you have any concerns. xx

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  4. Hope your op went ok, gorgeous kitten x

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  5. aww your cat is adorable!i hope you are feeling better after your operation girlie!!lucky thoughts!:)x

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