Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Minnie's name day and some other news...:)


After writing my previous post here I was in Sofia with Minnie for a week /October 21 - 25/, because my in-laws needed to stay in Karlovo for a while… I didn’t mind it at all, because I love spending time with my daughter and when she was at school I could relax, read books, write letters, etc…:)

I saw only one more movie by the end of October - ‘White House Down’ /lots of excitement, great action scenes, some dark humour and Channing Tatum - the perfect combination:)/.

November has been another quiet month so far... November 1 was a day off for students, so both children had a 3-day weekend, lucky them!:)

I was on duty the first week of November, so I was quite busy and it felt great...:)

Minnie's name day was on November 11. It happened on a Monday, so she celebrated it only with my in-laws who were in Sofia with her... Of course, she had brought a box of chocolates to school as a treat for her classmates and teachers...:) We had a special lunch for Minnie's name day the Saturday that followed so we had a celebration together after all, even though a bit late...;) Minnie got some money from her grandparents for her name day - the perfect gift for a teen...:)

I'm with Minnie in Sofia this week again... And just like last month I'm trying to relax as much as I can while she's at school...:)

So far this month I've seen only two movies - 'RED 2' /not as interesting nor witty as the first movie, but still fun...:)/ and 'The Wolverine' /as always, I greatly enjoyed watching my most favourite supernatural character - the Wolverine... The movie was full of excitement, special effects, battle scenes and some dark humour - I loved it!:)/.

In the beginning of November I finished reading /on my phone/ the second book of the 'A Song of Ice and Fire' series - 'A Clash of Kings'. I loved it just as much as 'Game of Thrones' and I can't wait to read the next book of the series...:) But before that I started reading 'Fifty Shades of Grey' by E.L.James.