Morning friends and fellow bandits…hope you all had a wonderful Christmas?
Just thought I would pop by to say hello before I head off to work tonight.
I had a lovely time but am feeling pretty shattered today as have been working flat out since Boxing Day!
Thank goodness…only one more shift to go and then I am off for a whole five days…whoop, whoop!
Got lots on and a fabulous Hogmanay Party to look forward to in Glasgow so I am feeling pretty excited about the coming week!
Christmas Day itself was an enjoyable, chilled out affair spent with my family doing all the usual stuff…including over indulging! (oh dear!)
Wasn’t sure just how things were going to go band-wise over the festive period but Mrs Band was very well behaved and I am so glad I made the decision to defer my next fill till early 2011.
I have been a bit naughty due to on-going poor restriction but hey ho Christmas comes but once a year! Cooked a lovely traditional Christmas feast for the family and managed to scoff everything on my plate no problem. Not feeling guilty at all though because it was only one day and I loved it!
We did attempt a nice walk down the beach on Christmas day butunfortunately the big thaw overnight made the prom a semi frozen, slushy, skating rink so we gave up after 20 minutes and headed home for a wee Amaretto by the fire before dinner (yum!)
Don’t even ask me to stand on the scales this week because I refuse to do so until the middle of January!
…Don’t want to depress myself by seeing an upward movement (eek!) Saying that my clothes don’t feel any tighter and my New Year party dress fits beautifully!
Still getting lots of nice comments about my weight loss so far which is lovely.
I have a sneaky feeling that 2011 is going to be a good year for me…in all kinds of ways!
All I can say for now is….bring it on baby!
Hope you all have a wonderful time at New Year and more importantly stay healthy, happy and warm!
See you in 2011!
“We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year’s Day.”
Edith Lovejoy Peirce