In the last six weeks I have had my hall ball which was amazing! It was held at Te Papa and it was such a good night dancing with all my amazing Boulcott kids! I had the most amazing dress however I don't think dad really approved because when he saw it he asked me if Miley Cyrus picked it out...
I went down to Dunedin to visit all my friends, it was a pretty spectacular week filled with much lunching and brunching and little bit of partying! I even managed to fit in a wonderful trip to the butterfly exhibit and a quick cuddle with my uncles gorgeous dogs!
I went to Beyonce in Auckland which was amazing!! She is such a superstar! Tom who doesn't even like her music had to admit that it was amazing and one of the best concerts that he has ever seen. I may have over exaggerated it when I said "the best concert he has ever seen" but it was "good" and that's about as much as you will ever get him to admit. I think he secretly will now be singing Beyonce in the shower when he thinks we can't hear him! Dad was more loving of her. I was well... my normal diva.
I even went to Park Road Post Production and got to see the Hobbit being made into the wonderful film it is going to be!! I am sooo excited to see the whole thing but as per usual I can tell you nothing apart from Phillipa is truly one of the most amazing woman I have had the pleasure of meeting!
I have also had Boulcott's end of year events as we have to move out on the 16th of November!! :( Everyone is now moving into exams which is CRAZY! I'm obviously studying hard! I am lucky to have lived here though! I have meet some of the most amazing people and I'm so happy that they are in my life! It's such a cool place to live and I absolutely love it!
I have attempted to bake, watched dearest Simon play rugby, I have driven to Hawkes Bay and Levin to spend time with my grandparents, I have watched many movies, I have caught up with old friends, made new friends, I have been to plays, a wonderful musical where Anya beguiled the audience, I have had more brunches, lunches, coffees, dinners, afternoon tea (and any other word you can describe a catch up revolving around food) than I care to admit! Life has been amazing!
Now for the miserable side of this blog.
I have a little tear in my lung and it's bleeding. This is about as much fun as it sounds. I am on some very nice painkillers to get rid of the pain but there is not much they can really do apart from hope it fixes itself or maybe a small round of steroids.
It's making me really tired, it's soo annoying as I still want to do so much but I have to take it easy and not stress my body out too much which I am not very good at doing. So I have my fingers crossed that it will get better but I guess we always knew this was coming. There isn't much that I can do about it so I try to not worry about it. That's not always possible but I can try my best.
"The thing about pain is that it demands to be felt", my dear John Green I wish this wasn't the case but like most things he wrote about when he wrote 'The Fault In Our Stars' he is right. Pain sucks and as much as you try to ignore it, it is there. I'm simply lucky I have such wonderful distractions.
Not puppy level of distraction but good ones all the same.
Dunedin Beach Walks
Making Sophie into my Ghetto Flower
Ball Night With Eddy & Simon
Boulcott Bingo Night
My amazing floor
The Wonderful Tessa
We 'B' sad to leave Boulcott