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The Kitchen Knife, the Chopping Board & The Policeman

Hey!

Three days into the new year already?! Laura and I are off to London tomorrow which is so exciting. We’ve already had our first major debate: which suitcase to take. Apparently me hogging both sides of the suitcase meant we needed a bigger one so she could have at least one side to herself. Haha. Oops. I suppose that’s the disadvantage to self catering, packing the toilet paper can be a good idea… But there are serious compromises to be made else where. Having said that: one coat, a rain coat, two pairs of shoes… Dang this girl is doing good. I was thinking about packing a sharp kitchen knife into my bag but I’m not entirely sure what the laws are in the UK for knives. I’m aware knives on the street are a “no-no” but a kitchen knife with a chopping board? Where do you stand with that Mr Policeman? ! In all fairness, when you buy knives the majority of people walk out from the shop onto the street with them… Maybe I can blag this. But I’ll save that adventure for a rainy day.

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Some cool things have happened over the past few days. I was able to shine light into darkness a couple times; I had a really great catch up with a friend; my hearing aid split last night at work but was able to literally walk into audiology today and walk straight back out with it fixed; I was able to sleep when needed, wake when needed and get all my jobs done; it held of raining until I completed all my jobs in town… Sometimes it really is the most basic of things that can make such a difference in life 🙂

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One response

  1. Margaret Knight

    That sounds great. Have a great time both of you. Your comments about the knife reminded me of a time when the boys were young and for a treat George took them to a football match at Chelsea. It was a time when rival sides would often have altercations when knives would be weapons. George came out in a cold sweat when he looked down at Steve, then about 9yrs old to see that he was openly sharpening his pen knife. George nearly blew a fuse and shouted to Steve to put it away!

    January 3, 2014 at 9:42 pm

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