Light at the end of the Tunnel (well this tunnel)
Wow, I have just realised its three weeks to test day, which means in four weeks I can have social live again. Woo,Whoo!
With this realisation I have now started to organise a social life for after the exam. (Plus, the work project on the final stretch.)
So plans organised so far:
- Off to see the Bodyguard the musical after the test;
- Arranged to take up that dinner invite with a work colleague, which I had been meaning to arrange for the past 4 months.
- Arranged to go to the British Museum to see the Pompeii exhibition.
Still need to do:
- Organise to catch up with everyone I have neglected (well since October, Sorry everyone)
- As a friend from home reminded me-also need to book some nights in to catch up with the gossip in Scotland over the phone.
- Try out the new bike I given was by a friend. I checked, I can still cycle, but probably need some practice near grass before I brave the London roads.
- And Yes-I need to get back on the wagon for church attendance.
Downside, it also means I will have time to start running again, that’s going to be painful, but my body will thank me come the start of hockey season. Also, means I will have time to organise all those hockey friendlies and pitches as well.
So, assuming that I don’t need to resit, anyone got any suggestions for me what I can do with this free time I’m about to have in four weeks?
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