|My sharing platter that i had all to myself!|
You know it’s good when you're going out for celebratory drinks two weeks in a row! This week the boy was offered a great graduate job with a food company, I was so proud! There was a bit of a question about if he wanted to accept the job as he's still doing his masters until September but we've talked it through and with discipline its totally possible. How did he want to celebrate? Well watching the football of course! I booked a table at Revolutions and we watched the match for food and cocktails.
The celebrations of me passing university also went onto this week! Beth and I went swimming and then she treated me to lunch and cocktails afterwards, how lovely! I had a falafel wrap followed by something I had never heard of before, cornflake pie, it was yummy though!
When I got home from lunch I was greeted with my favourite flowers, Tulips! The boy had ordered me a gorgeous bouquet to congratulate me. I love surprises like that! On Friday night the boy and I headed out to see Blink 182. It was such an amazing gig, high energy constantly, and they really put on a show! During the encore they left the stage and headed out into the crowd just metres from us, what a band!
|from left to right: Vicky, Kylie and Kayleigh|
|Me dressed rather fittingly in the pink room of Pink Punters!|
I'm home this weekend for my papa and yesterday I got to catch up with friends as well. I enjoyed some lunchtime drinkies with my friends Rima and Stacey and then followed that up with a night out with my bridesmaid Vicky and friends Kylie and Kayleigh. We headed to Pink Punters, the local gay club (because in MK there is only one haha) and it was a fab night out!
I've been a very good reader this week! I read both Las Vegas for Dummies and New York for dummies which made me very excited for honeymoon planning. I've now got spreadsheets full of possible places that I want to go (mostly places to eat, I’m a totally fatty!). I've also read Jon Richardson's book, 'it’s not me, its you' which is so brilliant and funny. The book is about how the 8 out of 10 team captain deals with his OCD tendencies and how its lead to him being single for over years. It’s an incredibly honest read and one I really enjoyed.
Anyway love to your fathers!