Helen Palmer (nice_cup_of_tea) wrote,
Helen Palmer

Winning the war on Disorder

Today I have been mostly trying to clear the disaster area that is my desk and to cross off a few things on my to-do list! And I have been resonably successful. In the meantime, here is the quick overview of the last 2 weeks, using the mosaic below, since I am not doing very well at the moment in keeping a regular blog!!

Last two weeks!
Originally uploaded by nice_cup_of_tea

We have a new member of the team at work, and I am his "official godparent", so welcomed him with some stripy parents. It feels odd to be delegating work, but I am learning!

I visited baby Fiona Catherine and she is gorgeous! Here she's sleeping with her bunny :-)

Last weekend I had a baby sniffing session in Stauffacher Starbucks! But Jamie was more interested in chewing his sock - and I was introduced into the world of mummy conversations about babies. Kerry (mum of Jamie) had gone to the look, so Jamie and I made friends with another Mummy and baby!!

Last Monday I met a friend for a drink in central zurich, in a lovely bar high above the Bahnhofstrasse (hence the photo) and put the world to rights

A few days last week we had sun, higher temperature and the smell of spring - hurrah!

Saturday we had friends round for dinner and they bought flowers and pregnancy mags! When the girls started (and didn't stop) talking babies and pregnancy, the boys disappeared to the kitchen and cooked :-)

Today we went to Imagine for brunch - yummy - then walked home along the Sihl river. And the rest of today has been spent at my desk! Now it is time for bed...

Tags: friends, pb, spring, stripy, work

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