My Life in a List

Absolutely nothing has happened here since The Great Wall of Clothing was removed from my hallway, so this is one of those completely pointless list posts, which I’m pretty sure no one will read anyway, because you’ll all be off enjoying the Easter break. Speaking of which:

  • Easter! Whee! It’s easily my favourite holiday because:

a) It’s the start of Spring.

b) You get chocolate

c) You don’t have to actually DO anything, unlike, say, Christmas, which involves many, many hours of shopping, and not the kind of shopping that’s fun, either, let me tell you.

d) Did I mention the chocolate?

Now that I’m completely self-employed, I managed to completely forget about Easter this year until yesterday, when I suddenly realised I don’t have to do any work tomorrow, and can have a long weekend. Yay!

  • I actually feel really, really guilty about planning to take tomorrow and Monday off, though. Oh, the extravagance! I expect the Internet will totally fall to pieces without ME here to watch over it and that will be oh-so-awful, won’t it?
  • I’m still planning on taking a break, though.
  • I will probably spend much of it lolling around in bed, reading.
  • Rubin will probably spend much of it peeing on the radiator in the office, because that’s what the little toad does for fun these days. WHY? Why must he do this to us? It’s not like he doesn’t get the opportunity to “relieve” himself before we go out, because he most certainly does and, actually, we’ve had to become pretty insistent on this point lately. Also, why does he only do it when we go to the gym, and at no other time? Does he resent the gym? Is he jealous of it? Is he trying to tell us something? WHAT?
  • I totally thought I had more things to put on this list, but apparently I REALLY just wanted to get that whole thing about Rubin and the radiator (again: WHY?) off my chest, so I will just wish you all a happy Easter, instead. I hope no one pees on your radiators!

Hi, I'm Amber. I'm a full-time fashion/shoe blogger from the UK, and this is the story of my life, my clothes, and the International Man of Mystery Next Door. You can read more from me at my other blogs, The Fashion Police and Shoeperwoman, and you can follow me on Bloglovin' here.

7 Comments

  • Reply April 9, 2009

    Amanda Nicole

    I have no clue when stat holidays are coming up anymore, either. I go into an office a couple days a week, and I'd planned on going this Friday when I realized – duh! – it'll be closed! I'm pretty much forced to do no work for the next few days, or at least that's what I'm telling myself.

    Have a great Easter!

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  • Reply April 9, 2009

    Diane

    Ha, we're so different – I enjoy xmas shopping, hate the other kind! (I also always seem to find the time to treat myself at that time of year…)

    Still, I hope you have a nice break, and sorry about the radiators! x

  • Reply April 10, 2009

    Tracey

    Happy easter to you all! We have no radiators so we should be safe.

  • Reply April 10, 2009

    Cheska

    Have a lovely easter break ! I really enjoy all your posts and cant wait till you come back!

    Lots of peace and happyness ..

    All the way from New Zealand !

  • Reply April 10, 2009

    Mhairi

    Happy Easter to you and Terry (and Rubin).

    Enjoy all your reading, relaxing in bed and your easter eggs.

    x

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  • Reply April 10, 2009

    Zoe

    Ah, the joys of pets… Our littlest cat went through a lovely phase of puking on things – which included on a cream jumper and in my suitcase. Aren't they sweet? Happy Easter to you too – agreeing that is more fun than Xmas.

    P.S. Doing the girlie thing here but it has to be said – you have amazing hair! Love it! :)

    <abbr>Zoe´s last blog post..Mid-century furniture for peanuts</abbr>

  • Reply April 10, 2009

    Geo

    I hope you all have a fantastic long weekend, and as for Rubin, well: I just wanted to tell you both (incase Rubin is a bit shy to tell you)
    That I suggested, to him, you should remove the radiator and screw it onto the garden fence, that way he could pee, and get out a bit more.
    Our dog, Dog, was always peeing on the apple tree in the middle of the blinking garden (what a pain) so we dug it up (roots and all)and nailed it to the living room floor, hey presto ! No more peeing in the garden, nope, now he pee’s as he wishes, in the comfort of the living room…
    Hope my advice was helpful?

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