Hope everyone's had a good christmas, by which I mean eating loads and spending time with family. Today I wanted to share what I got for christmas (this also gives me a chance to use my new camera to snap some pics of my presents). Before I show you whatI got, I just want to say that I am extremely grateful for everything I have received this year, so thank you.
Now let's get started:
Along with these presents I also received a ton of chocolate. My favourite present is my new camera, which is the Canon EOS 1200D.
Yes, I know it's Thursday today (christmas eve!), but the other day I had a christmas Monday with my best friend, where we exchanged gifts, watched christmas films and ate chocolate. This is a great idea and recommend it to anyone to have a christmas day with their friends, if you won't be able to see them on christmas day.
Firstly, let me tell you that I did NOT have my operation last Wednesday.
8 hours fasting and 4 hours waiting in hospital to be told that my name wasn't even on the waiting list! They had actually forgotten to put it on! By then it was nearly 5pm and the theatre was closing for the day. My mum and dad, who had both taken time off work were furious. What a waste of time!
I'm currently waiting for my operation to be rescheduled, but it probably won't happen until next year. It's been a year, since I broke my arms and I'm still dealing with this carry on. Not happy one bit! They should have checked my name was on the list as soon as we arrived. So, just as a warning to anyone else getting an operation, get someone there to check your name is actually on the waiting list. Hope this doesn't happen to anyone else.
Well... kinda, since getting pins out in a few hours. Probably by the time you are reading this I have had my operation. And finally after 9 months (!!!) I won't be needing to keep visiting the hospital for monthly x-rays (that's if my arm doesn't crumble). God knows how much radiation I've been exposed to in this last year.
Also, it wouldn't be right for christmas to come early without putting up some christmas decorations and sharing them with you guys. Here's my festive favourites below:
To make a home feel like christmas it has to smell like christmas, and nothing does that better than burning this Yankee Candle in the scent 'Christmas Eve'.
These are some of my favourite Coca Cola decorations they bring back childhood memories of picking at brussel sprouts and guzzling coke as a young child.
My humble little christmas tree, which sits on my desk in my bedroom.
Last, but not least, this cluster of snowflake fairy lights, hanging down my window.
That's it for this post, I will update on how the operation goes soon. Just want to say thanks for all the support. :)
Ps guys I have a Tumblr blog, which you can follow. Basically, I'll be posting the same stuff on there that I'm posting on here, except you can follow my posts easier on Tumbler. While I do like using Blogger for blogging, its hard to follow since you need an account and who needs another account with another website? So, yeah, if you have a Tumblr account make sure you follow me at: www.flobeanblog.tumblr.com