Monday, November 27

My week in pictures #246

(from top left) On Tuesday I handed in my final assignment of the semester. I had an hour to kill in town on Wednesday so I did some revision in Costa with a festive latte. My first Christmas dinner of the year on Friday with the geology society. On Sunday Scott and I made delicious chicken kievs for dinner with broccoli mash. 

My final uni submission of the semester was on Wednesday so the start of the week I focused on that- thankfully I got it finished in time to hand it in at the office on Tuesday afternoon. That meant when I got up on Wednesday I could focus totally on exam revision. After zumba in the afternoon I walked into town to pick up my advent calendar from Hotel Chocolate and a new notebook from Paperchase to start a bullet journal. I then had an hour until my boyfriend finished work so I sat in Costa to do some revision.

On Friday afternoon, after working in the library all morning, I went into town to search the charity shops for a Christmas jumper because I'd not seen one in the shops I liked enough to pay full price. Luckily I found one for £5 that was perfectly trackey so I could go home to get ready for a Christmas dinner. It was nice to spend time with friends outside uni and afterwards we went to see the live music in the Irish pub in town before heading home after midnight.

Sometime away from Aberdeen was very much needed so I got the train back home to spend the weekend with Scott. He is going away for two weeks so I wanted to spend some quality time before he left. We watched the rugby before heading to the pub for a couple of drinks. Then on Sunday we went food shopping, went to see his parents before going to the Christmas shop at Farnell (so pretty!) before heading home to cook tea. I didn't turn my laptop on once and we had the most chilled weekend.

I'll miss Scott when he is away but I've got exam revision to get on with before the Christmas festivities can begin!

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