Blather: Monday

By Beautie | January 21 2013 | 90 Comments

Have those dreaded Monday blues? Beat them with a blather!


90 Replies to " Blather: Monday"

  • Breige says:

    Morning all! Hope you all had a good weekend :)

  • Bobby Pins says:

    Morning lovely ladies! Had a nice weekend, went to see Rian (Liam o maonlai and modern dancers) on sat night. Home now in 30 degrees, having a glass of wine and watching the tennis.
    Feeling very flighty and panicky this evening but decision is being processed and that’s a good thing!

  • EvieM says:

    Morning, all. Bobbypins, 30 degrees, big change from 46 last week? It’s snowing here, I’m all excited, worse than the toddler whose never seen snow before. I’m in Limerick though and we haven’t had any snow up til now so I haven’t had time to get bored with it. As soon as breakfast is over and it gets bright me and the small man are getting bundled up and out to play in the snow.

  • says:

    Morning ladies, its so cold in dub, couldn’t face work clothes yet so I’m in jeans, vans and hoodie, wish I could stay in them all day!!!

    Kilashee was fab, would recommend it defo!!! The beautician did try sell me products for 160 though so beware those of you easily swayed!!

    Are flights booked yet BP?? X

  • Buttons says:

    Hi all,

    Lovely bit of snow out there this morning. It was all going down my back as I walked to work. Was very grateful for the spare socks I brought in when I arived my feet were soaked.

    Does anyone else use the MyFitnessPal app? Its brilliant!

  • Breige says:

    EvieM, is it really snowing in Limerick? I’m in Clare, I suppose I should look out the window and see if there’s snow!

  • thefrog says:

    Hello there!

    I started the day by having a fight with an Internet website to book train tickets, but that’s sorted now. I won.

    Had a nice weekend, saw a friend on Saturday. I hadn’t seen her since August so it was nice catching up.

    On Sunday we were sort of trapped by the snow. We couldn’t go to the market as we usually do, so had to go to the local greengrocer’s (1,5km walk in the snow – 5cm of snow, 10cm at some places). We bought the bread for our elderly neighbours on our way, and I realised that nothing, but really nothing will ever come between a Frenchman and his baguette. At 9.45, we met around 30 people, all equipped with ski-like clothes, on their way to the baker’s. Some things are sacred!

    @BP, hope you’ll manage to relax.

    @Orla, I saw your Friday night posts. Hugs. Hope your weekend wasn’t too bad.

    Have a nice day!

  • EvieM says:

    Breige, yup sure is. Tis only beautiful. Tried to convince hubby to take a snow day as we’re out the Cork side of limerick and he works in the city, didn’t work though =(

    The Frog, that’s so nice of you to get your neighbour the bread. We Irish feel the way about tea that ye feel about bread.

  • Bobby Pins says:

    No flights booked yet, still in ruminating and terror phase. At 33, how does one start to meet young men??!

  • Breige says:

    Bobby Pins, it’ll all work out for you :)

    EvieM, I had a gawk out the window, no sign of snow but it was still dark outside so I’m not sure. But I’m right by the sea so that might keep it away for a bit!

    Haven’t slept, just couldn’t fall off. Hopefully will get a good sleep tonight

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