Updated: Feb 16
Woke up to the sound of my alarm blaring but it didn't bother me today. I was prepared for the day I had ahead of myself.
First I had a university call, it was somewhat enjoyable. It was more of an online workshop which is something I didn't realise I would enjoy as much as I did. It turns out online lectures can be fun. Anyway, after the three hour workshop I decided to go out for a run. I ran 4 miles alone, then 3 and a half with my friend Esme (socially distanced of course) it was great fun and something I love to do.
During my 4 mile run I had thoughts going in and out of my mind. I kept on thinking about how excited I am to move in with Max at the start of summer. It will be so lovely to have a place to call ours, never having to think about "when will we see each next?" I can't wait to dance in the kitchen, with love songs playing like in the movies. Although, not quite the movies but you know what I mean.
In addition to me being very happy thinking about my future with Max I had a message off a group I used to be apart of called 'Voices from care'. I will insert their website if you are interested https://vfcc.org.uk/ .Anyway, They messaged me asking if I would be interested in performing some poetry for Care Day on the 19th of February. Of course I said yes :) It makes me so happy to think that people want me at events, reading MY poetry. Poetry that I wrote. If you can't tell it makes me very happy. Overall, today has been a good day. I got to spend a few hours with Max this evening which was lovely, we cooked a salmon risotto which I 100% recommend. I will insert the recipe below -https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/salmon_fennel_and_pea_78832
When Max was dropping me off home I opened my handbag and he had bought my favourite chocolates and put them in there, it was the sweetest thing. Honestly, little surprises like that make me heart burst with happiness. It is honestly the little things.
Anyway, I am off to bed. My legs are sore from my run but that's a good thing am I right? <3