So I missed March but didn’t it just whiz past? April? Already? Ok then.
I like: Daylight saving. It’s here. It’s great. I can work to and from work in the daylight now. I’m happier than I was a month ago. A lot happier.
I don't like: Colds. They crop up as soon everything's awesome and slay you for a day or two. They leave me miserable even though I know it’s just a cold and will pass. They’re just a proper nuisance aren’t they?
I want you to know: I’m thinking a lot of the day I head home to Australia. It’s kind of the elephant on my blog. Nothing is set, nothing is known but I think it’s going to be in the next year or so that I leave London and head south. With that, comes a lot of planning and budgeting as I’m planning on taking 3 to 6 months to get there. Not enough to see the world but some time to see a bit of it. Amazing job opportunities, romantic interludes and who knows what else might change things but that’s my current line of thinking. The homesick winter blues have lifted but I still think of Melbourne. A lot.
I’ve planned: To go and float in the Dead Sea. Easter this week means holidays so I’m heading to Jordan and Egypt for 11 days of sea (Dead and Red), history (Petra and Pyramids), amazing terrain (Wadi Rum and Mt Sinai) and a little of the unknown. They’re the highlights but as with any trip to a new/foreign place, it’s often the little things that stand out. I’m pretty excited about it all.
I want to say to someone special: Your health issues suck and I wish that I could kick them to the curb. Instead, I’ll just keep you in my thoughts and my fingers crossed.