I feel like summer has been and gone in the blink of an eye! Luckily the kids and I managed to grab some time in the sun when we could, even if just the odd day. We had a mini “staycation” as part of a family reunion (of sorts!) in rural Kent, which was lovely. This trip was jam packed – we visited zoos, the white cliffs of Dover and even saw a Spitfire in action! In addition to this at the end of July I was delighted to be a bridesmaid in a very special friend’s wedding. Archie and I also had a Mummy-Son date to the Chinese State Circus!
I am enjoying life as a family of four. Although it is tiring sometimes, the children bring so much joy into our lives. I enjoy being a working mummy but I do apologise if I forget things now and again!
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Clinic life has been incredibly busy last month both inside and outside clinic. I’ve had my busiest month ever inside and I have done 3 events outside clinic including the Inverurie and Westhill triathlon as well as the Ballater 10 race which has been good fun and I’ve gotten even more experience with sports injuries than what I already had. Luckily, I don’t have to work any more Sundays for a while now, but I think I will do all of these events next year as well, as I love helping out athletes. Outdoors clinic is also pretty relaxing and nice when it’s sunny as well.
I had my holiday in the end of june where we spent 10 lovely days in Tuscany, exploring the area and architecture outside Pisa with my whole family. Lots of good food and drinks was perfect as there were a few of the days it was a little bit too warm for me and my Scandinavian genes to cope with it. As we went to pisa, we had to take silly posing pictures in front of the leaning tower of Pisa. Turns out that we were not the only ones, so we could not get a good one. We also went to Lucca and Volterra too which are two amazing Etruscan towns, both very unique.
After the holiday, we have finally managed to move to Banchory. Happy days for me as i now have a 2 min walk to the clinic. As we all know, Banchory is a lovely town with nature on its doorstep which is exactly why we moved here. Now i just need to get myself a bike, then I can be out exploring the areas everyone has recommended me to do for months now.