My mind throughout this month was dominated by one thing:
It has been one of those months. You know the ones – you think you’ve planned for every eventuality but then something comes out of left field and completely derails you. Always fun. As well as doing my best impression of someone who is coping fine-thank-you-very-much, I visited Liverpool to catch up on new Government policy, and presented two (very dry) sessions at our staff conference. This time last year, I wouldn’t have dreamt of presenting, so at least I’m developing professionally!
This featured in my February Things post as well, but we had a couple more centimetres of snow in March. I LOVE IT!
Bayside the Musical
Ridiculous, ridiculous fun. I love this musical so much!
Touristy weekend in London
Over the bank holiday weekend, we found ourselves stuck with a London hotel after a cancellation, so decided to go all out tourist. More about that soon.
I’ve been a huge fan of Editors since their first album The Back Room, which soundtracked my postgraduate degree, and have loved every album since then. Their latest release Violence is so different to that first CD, but still as spectacular. I can’t stop listening to it.