Midwife Mondays 31: Head Back In The Game

This week has been the second and last week of my easter holidays and it’s been another busy one!

We started Monday with a lovely walk around Padstow and a lovely walk along the beach, then, after a cheeky Fish & Chips, we headed back to the house, pulled on our swim stuff and headed to the beach for a surf and a glass of wine.
Tuesday morning was absolutely gorgeous so we had bacon sandwiches in the sunshine before we packed top and started the drive back up.

I then spent Wednesday and Thursday catching up on about a million emails that had come up in my inbox while I was away. I also spent a bit of time in those days doing some online revision for our “Safe Medicate” (drugs calculation) exam. We have the mock exam tomorrow and as it is our first actual “exam” of the course, I wanted to make sure my head was totally in the game for it so did a few proper practice runs too. I actually feel quite confident going into tomorrow’s exam now….fingers crossed all goes to plan! Eek!

On Friday, I spent the morning cooking up a shepherd’s pie ahead of my oldest friend and her boyfriend coming up to spend the weekend with us. They arrived on Friday evening and we filled the whole weekend with overdue catch-up chat, great food and drinks and a couple of fab days out!

Needless to say, my Easter holidays have been full to the brim, and I’m ready to start back tomorrow with a beaming smile on my face – and already a very busy week planned!

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