Thursday, October 08, 2015

Reasons to be Cheerful

My life is not going to plan at the moment, with yet another health issue (not sure what yet, have to go to doctor to 'discuss' it). It's not serious, but enough to really p**s me off! 

Add to that, a teen that is seriously pushing the boundaries of my patience. The only word I can use, right now, is disappointment. He has always made me proud, but at the moment he is breaking my heart. If this is a 'phase' I hope it passes quickly!

So, I think you would agree, #r2bc are very much sought at the moment.

Reasons to be Cheerful
1. According to Mr. Ojo, the lasagna I just cooked for tea! Using low fat mince, plenty of vegetables, lactose free cheese and milk. It was stunning (we didn't eat it all, honest).

2. BlogOn Winchester. It is such a well organised event. Full of information, advice, time to learn and time to socialise. Every part of the day was awesome!

3. A night Away. I went to Winchester the day before BlogOn, and spent the night in a Premier Inn. Just me, my laptop with programmes downloaded.........and a chocolate orange! Bliss:

I cannot think of anything that's made me that relaxed in a very long time!

Don't forget, in the grimmest of times, finding reasons to smile is what keeps us going. Share what made you smile this week.

9 comments:

  1. Sorry things are not so good at the moment! It's great you have still found reasons to be cheerful! That lasagna looks amazing!

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    1. I had the lasagna thanks to your meal plan! haha xx

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  2. Dam your health issues! Oh I have Premier Inn envy alone...oh...dreams! Be patient with that teen, bite your tongue and it will pass. It is hard dropping what you are used to and what you kind of always expected/wanted within behavior but sometimes for a while you have to, to a degree mind! I am sure it will pass xxx take care xxx

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    1. It really was bliss, especially the king size bed, all to myself! We've had a talk, fingers crossed xx

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  3. I know what you mean about trying children! So jealous of your night away and blog conference. Hope you get answers soon from the docs

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  4. Yummy to the lasagne and choc Orange. It will get better eventually with your teen eventually.
    I'm GUTTED I missed BlogOn! X

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    1. I'm gutted you missed blogon too! Would've been lovely to meet up again xx

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  5. So sorry about the 'phase', but I can relate as we're in one here too! The Winchester trip sounds amazing, glad you got a break xx

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