My Week

reading with cat

I’ve meant to personalize this blog a bit more, to talk a bit about what I’ve been up to during the week. Halfway through this week though, I discovered a slight problem; my life is totally boring and trivial when you put it into words. All I do is work, read, blog, eat, sleep and hang out with friends. I don’t do anything exciting, different or inspiring. And to tell you the truth, I like it this way. So here it is, my week:

I went to the cinema and watched Far From the Madding Crowd with my dad on Monday. I read the book last month and thought it alright. But I had a feeling it would do better on the big screen. It did. I don’t care for looong nature descriptions in books, but find them quite atmospheric in movies.

On Tuesday, I had the apartment to myself as Mr. Boyfriend was busy with a work thing. I have this ritual when I’ve got an evening to myself: I order sushi and watch Netflix. I love these nights. I’m currently watching Daredevil. It’s not amazing, but I enjoy it. It’s thrilling and I like the characters.


On Wednesday, I had an awful headache and didn’t do much after work. On Thursday, I got up early for my yoga class only to discover that the class was cancelled 🙁 So I did some yoga at home instead. After work I met up with a friend. We wanted to go to sliders for Burgers, but found that they had closed (quite the theme of my day!). We went to Grillen instead and had burgers and shakes. I had the Ben & Jerry’s Chunky Monkey shake, which was sooo good!

On Friday, we had a small cider-party at work. Our new co-worker (who’s an old friend of mine) makes his own cider and gave us a taste. Afterwards I hung out with Mr. Boyfriend. He cooked us dinner while I blogged. When it got dark, we listened to Dracula while I knitted and he drew. All in company of Mr. Wilcox, of course 🙂

knitting with cat

This weekend has been very relaxing: Saturday night we visited some friends, had burgers and watched Fargo. Other than that, I’ve spent every waking moment reading. I’ve read so much that I got a slight reading injury in my left hand. But I finished Mansfield Park – and it was totally worth it!


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6 thoughts on “My Week

  1. Helt kedeligt er dit liv altså ikke. Du har i hvertfald lavet en hel del mere end jeg 🙂
    Elsker din kat btw. Hvor gammel er han?

    1. Haha – kan bare ikke lade være med at sammenligne mig med folk, der oplever meget mere 😀

      Begge mine katte er omkring 6 år. Hunkatten ses meget sjældent på billeder – hun er lidt genert …

      1. God alder for en kat. Så er de knap så livlige som når de er ungkatte. – Sjovt – med mine er der modsat. Begge hunkattene stiller gerne op til fotosession, mens hankatten springer hen og gemmer sig 🙂

        Jeg synes også alle andre oplever så meget mere end jeg og at jeg ikke bestiller meget andet end at arbejde. Men på den anden side så siger de fleste jeg kender nogenlunde det samme, så alt i alt har vi sikkert ligeså hændelsesrigt et liv som alle andre 🙂

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