Hey, it’s December 1st so that means it’s Christmas, right?
I was surprised when I sat down to write this that 2 weeks had passed since my last post on the blog, but a lot has happened chez Bride and I’ve been a tad distracted, so this will be a life update of sorts, with book and movie stuff to follow.
First the catastrophe. I was working away on something when I heard a loud thump and the sound of Mr B yelling. When I made it down to the kitchen I discovered that he had opened our fridge and the door completely detached itself and landed on him. I emptied out the contents of the door shelves while he held it up, and then we had to move everything into our spare fridge (yes, we have a spare fridge, don’t at me). Luckily Mr B was only mildly hurt (physically – I think his dignity was severely dented) but it was clear that we needed a new fridge. That’s all done now and New Fridge is awesome by the way.
Secondly, necessary but not enjoyable – mammogram time. As a woman of a certain age, I get checked out at regular intervals and although the NHS staff are uniformly kind and professional it is SO undignified and I always feel stressed and pretty rotten afterwards. But I just have to wait for the results and that’s me for another couple of years.
Thirdly, all of the nice stuff
- we had a day out at the British Museum to see the Inspired by the East exhibition, all about how western art has been influenced by the Islamic world, very interesting and enjoyable
- I was able to book tickets to see Hilary Mantel talk about her third and final Thomas Cromwell novel. I have such a girl crush on her and this will be great.
- I was able to support a couple of lovely people by buying from their Etsy shops on Black Friday – if you are interested please check out Cindy & Erin
Saving the best until last…..
We went to see My Favorite Murder Live at the Apollo in Hammersmith. MFM is one of my favourite podcasts; if you’ve been around here long enough you will know that I am into true crime so this was a huge treat. The MFM ladies were extremely funny and we had a great night out. I highly recommend both the podcast and the live show.
So that’s my last two weeks. I don’t know how I managed to cope with all of the excitement 🙂
Hope you all have a super week.
5 thoughts on “Sunday Salon | 1 December”
First, glad to hear Mr. B is okay and hope that your results turn out well. Second, you and Mr. B always have the nicest trips. I’m always so jealous. Maybe someday I’ll get to your fair country.
I hope you make it to the UK too, Bryan, but I wouldn’t be a true Scot if I didn’t say you should go there first and then come to England 😀
As I’m of Scottish descent, I don’t disagree. Our grand plan is to go there in 2021 for our 25th wedding anniversary.
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Goodness. I’m glad your husband wasn’t hurt.
It sounds like you had a busy couple of weeks.
Thanks, Deb, even his dignity has now recovered