In my private life
Life at work has become busier , thank god but not too busy yet!
My “big” news this week is that yesterday, I reunited with most of my fellow mates at university after 30 years!!!
I had no idea if I would recognize everyone -I didn’t -nor if I’d recall all their names -I didn’t either.
But that was expected as you are not tight with all the people from your promotion! The ones I as close to I did recognize.
Some have grey hair or no hair anymore, others lost their glasses or got glasses and some have put on a lot of weight. And let’s not talk about previously long hair cut short…
What everyone told me is that I had not changed at all and it was so unbelievable.
I guess that even a few more wrinkles don’t make for that much of a change.
Some of us chose to go on a hike before meeting to eat.
The hike went unexpectedly as our guide lost her way and took us on a path so steep going down that we had to garb a cord like a lifeline! It looked like rapelling!
One of us fell on her head and had a gash on her brow bleeding profusely. And a few minutes later, she fainted!
I was that close to calling for an ambulance when she regained consciousness and explained that she often suffered from low blood pressure and that she needed salt.
That’s when one of my classmates, always the jokester, told her that he had no salt but that he had sweated a lot! Maybe she should lick him?? LOL
All that was said in jest and she soon felt way better and we ended the hike with no more incident and very happy to reach the end.
I had -we ALL had- an amazing time at that reunion. It was fun and as one said, we hadn’t seen each other for thirty years but talked like we parted ways yesterday. No barriers, no shame, no blanks, nothing.
As usual, I am leaving some reels if you are curious…
The first one is about books that made me cry like a baby!
And the second one is about unboxing my fairyloot box and all the transitions I like to do.
On the blog this week (click on the graphic to read the post)
As I was busy with work, I had difficulties keeping up with the blog and blogging in general. I only posted two reveiws and was late to reply to comments.
Where they Found Her by Kimberly McCreight was a very good mystery where I didn’t guess “who did it”.
The Jasad Heir is a very solid debut, one that I can’t wait to read the sequel!
Thanks for reading!