I have a long day tomorrow, Sunday, but next week promises to be a good week.
I have a couple of days of annual leave but the only day I am officially working is an extremely short shift on Tuesday.
I did an odd shift for a study day this past week, so I’ll be making the odd hours up on a 15:00 – 20:00 shift on Tuesday this coming week. The rest of the week is annual leave.
I’ll be driving down to London, very early on Thursday, with my husband and my middle daughter, Marjorie.
We bought her tickets to see Russell Howard at the SSE arena in Wembley for Christmas last year. We have the night booked at a hotel for the event that we are all really looking forward to.
Marjorie will be travelling home by herself on Friday.
Me and the hubby will be staying over for a couple more nights as my brother, his wife and my parents have arranged to take me out on Saturday in Covent garden for my 50th birthday.
They are taking us to the Hawksmoor, Seven Dials, and we are really looking forward to it.
This will be the last of our trips away for a while.
We have to be really careful between now and April next year.
We are so close to completing our financial plan. This time next year, things should be, if things go to plan, much more relaxed and happy.
It’s going to be a tough few months. But it will all be worth it in the long run.
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