A spring clean
08.02.2004 at 09:12

(Diaryland really smells sometimes, I had typed a long entry yesterday, then blooming lost it! I didn't have the energy to retype, so - sorry if you were confused with the random lyrics entry!)

Hello :)

I've been online more these past couple of weeks, using AYME more and Hitched (a wedding forum) but I have started to get diary withdrawal symptoms, so I figured it was a pretty good time to draw a line under all the past written (and missed) entries and start a fresh. I've spring cleaned various bits and mucked out my archives.

The song - Caledonia - which is back an entry, really means something to me, especially the lines
I have moved and I've kept on moving
Proved the points that I've needed proving
Lost the friends that I needed losing
Found others on the way
I decided that this song was a good place for me to start from.

Sorry if i have been quiet over the last month or so, please don't take it personally - it certainly wasn't meant to be, I guess I just needed some space to clear my head.

2004 is going to be a life changing year for me, in 3 1/2 months I'll be an old married woman [;-)] then I'll be moving, leaving the bedroom and home which has been my life for the last 24 years. I really cannot wait but it is bloody scary!

Healthwise, things have been improving. This week is my worst time every year, I always end up with a chest infection or something (I remember it as this week, as it's always around Valentines day!) I still feel pretty rough but no infections (touch wood) so I really feel like I'm getting somewhere. It's amazing how tiny little things, like not getting extra "illnesses" really matter, isn't it?

Anyway, I guess I better stop rabbiting on but I'll see you soon, I'll get round to emailing/texting/guestbook signing you all soon!

Take lots of care,
Love and hugs
Anne xxxx

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