Be yourself, but brief and nice.
Me: Please stop talking, I'm trying to watch this programme.
Jonny: But I only just woke up, I've got a lot to say.

Got this weeks payslip, and I’ve had 50% of my wages deducted for tax. What the hell HMRC? Tried phoning them but just ended up on hold for ages. I can’t afford to call them about taking all my money…because they’ve taken all my money.

Really questioning why I’ve agreed to a 10 hour shift tomorrow. Working 9-6 and not getting home till 7 is bad enough, but up at 6:45 a.m tomorrow, ughh.

handsomedogs:

The look sent my way when Tori feels I’m not paying her the proper amount of attention.

handsomedogs:

The look sent my way when Tori feels I’m not paying her the proper amount of attention.

handsomedogs:

The most hyperactive and photogenic dog. Jessie the Border Collie. 

handsomedogs:

The most hyperactive and photogenic dog. Jessie the Border Collie. 

So glad we both booked the day off work after our weekend away. Today has been spent in bed, watching films and eating maccies (Jonny went out in the rain while I stayed in bed) 

Back to work tomorrow, boooo

Such a lovely weekend up North for Jonny’s cousins wedding. The hotel was amazing, I’ve never stayed anywhere nicer, our room was like a suite, with it’s own entrance hallway, king size bed, armchairs and a massive bath. The day was lovely, there was much smuggled vodka drank and much drunken dancing ensued. Loved spending the weekend with all the Stringers :)

Today I was invited to a corporate induction for my charity job, along with all the other newbies who have recently started working for the hospice. It was a really good opportunity to get an in depth look at all the different areas that work together to both raise money and provide palliative care to those living with a terminal illness. We have 12 charity shops and a furniture store in the county, and together, we manage to raise £1.8 million a year for the charity.

I’m really proud to be a part of it all.

Got my first payslip, boom

People who haggle in charity shops…ughh

Today we had an unworn pair of fleece lined ladies boots in, with original labels on stating a price of £49.99, and the woman argued with the price of £8. We also having people changing price labels/stickers, knowing that we have to charge the price stated on the ticket. 

The amount of empty hangers we find as well from people stealing clothing is disgusting.