The Week That Was: Captured #87
Hello! Welcome to The Week That Was: Captured! Have you had a fabulous week?
The rules for #TWTWC are simple; link up one post about your week (it doesn’t have to be the whole week – it can just be one day, or your weekend)! It can be photographed, Instagrammed, written, videoed… basically in any format you wish! This linky is about capturing memories and I treat it a bit like an online diary. Please only link up relevant posts. Also, if you fancy commenting on other people’s posts that would be super too – everyone loves a comment!
I really enjoyed Becky’s (Little O and Me) post last week – it sounds like she had a lovely birthday and it looks like it was a fun week with Oliver!
Anna’s (Play at Home Teacher) post made me feel very sentimental as she realised how quickly Sophie is growing up! Sob!
Cathy (Jack’s Paper Moon) shared Noah’s new nursery last week, and it was gorgeous! I’m definitely going to be taking inspiration from the post when we start decorating.
Sunday was a bit of a rubbish day as I was feeling very down.
Nick very kindly took a carers leave day on Monday and drove me to see the Doctor. (He really is the most amazing person in the world.) The Doctor was really lovely, and agreed that I need some help with my depression and anxiety. She wants to see me weekly until my talking therapy comes through. We spent the afternoon together as a family; eating lunch out and doing a spot of retail therapy. I found a pair of sparkly trainers for £3! I also turned 24 weeks pregnant.
I worked on Tuesday, but had some lovely cuddles with Busby in the morning as she was up early. She is my motivation to feel better.
We had a slow morning on Wednesday (translation, I can’t remember what we did!) and then headed into Wakefield in the afternoon, as I needed to visit a few shops for some essentials.
Nick’s parents took Busby out for the afternoon on Thursday so I spent some quality time with Bump; we had a lovely few hours baking in the kitchen.
My best friend and her Husband arrived early on Friday morning to stay for the weekend. We visited my favourite Blackerhall Farm for lunch, bought some tasty food for dinner, and then Nick and I cooked a very yummy meal in the evening.
The sun was shining on Saturday so we headed to Yorkshire Sculpture Park for a stroll and lunch. The weather was beautiful and, at times, we didn’t need our coats. (Yay for Spring!!!) We had planned to take our guests out for dinner in the evening to a local Italian restaurant, but after I almost fainted in the very busy restaurant bar, we came back to the house and had a takeaway instead – which was a huge shame!
What have you been up to this week?
Huge apologies – my badge is still being pesky and I haven’t had a chance to sort it out yet – it is under construction for now, as the template keeps reformatting the quotation marks in the code from straight to curly (geeky snore) Please let me know on Twitter if you’d like me to email the badge through to you…!