I’ve had some lovely days lately starting with our conference on Thursday and ending with yesterday’s visit to Sonja and Lars. The annual conference was a real good one. A perfect mix of discussions, team building, food and fun. I had more energy this year which meant being able to have more fun in the evening. Last year I remember being a bit sick, and even the year before that, so I had to go to bed early. This year not so much, which cost me a bit the day after. He ha hi ho. But apart from that I must say it was great! I think we all had a good time given by the amount of laughs and that’s probably what everyone needed.
Yesterday I took part in the event called Åsunden runt. It’s a charity event here in town where you can walk, run or bike several different distances/routes along our local lake. Naturally I took part in the bike route around the lake, same thing as last year. The entrance fee goes to cancer research which I think is a great thing. We were blessed with good weather this year too and it was good fun! Finally got the chance to meet a guy that I’ve been talking to online quite a lot as well. Fun fun!
After that I went for a visit to Sonja and Lars lake house. It’s been a long time since I last saw them and the kids so I’d been looking forward to coming there. Our colleague and a newfound friend of mine, Elin, also dropped by. Really like her and I hope I’ll be able to hang out with her more in the future. Lots of fun with the kids and talking till quite late. So glad I’ve gotten to know these guys. Precious people <3 As for today I was exhausted and kind of anxious for some reason so I decided to cancel my plans for the day and just rest up and do as little as possible. I slept like a lot (read the entire morning) and didn't get a whole lot done but that was probably what was needed. I'm cutting down on my medicine now so maybe it's only natural after three intensive days to feel a bit tired. Now I'm gonna head to bed and listen to some podcasts. P3 Spel is finally back after their summer hiatus. Yay! Sleep tight and sweet dreams to all of you!