Monday, 3 January 2011

Twenty Eleven.

No Vacancy
Happy New Year, folks! I hope you all had a fantastic festive season, Christmas, New Year, whatever you've been up to for the last two weeks. I'm sorry I've been neglecting you. I have been busy. Work is bonkers (worked right up to Christmas Eve), dived up to Yorkshire for a couple of days (which was lovely, give or take a bit of family illness), hung out in London a bit (went to the zoo, spider monkeys are my new favourite beast), then out for New Year's Eve (I think 2011 is going to be a good year).

And now -- I have to move house by the 28th January. I haven't found a new place yet and I haven't started packing either. And I'm back to work in two days. So, if you'll forgive me, I'm off again. If you know of any lovely flats to rent in London that welcome extremely cute and perfect cats (and humans, yes that's me), please let me know! Wish me luck! And again, Happy New Year! (Sorry about all the brackets in this post.)

[Photo by the extremely awesome Roadside Pictures.]

7 comments:

  1. I'll keep an ear to the ground about flats :) I think 2011 will be great too, I can't wait! x

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  2. Thanks honey! I would like to stay in the hood if possible but, well, we know how expensive it is around here. Ugh.x

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  3. Happy new year and good luck with the flat-finding, I hope you find something great.

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  4. Dear Caroline, I'll keep my ears open too for you. I love spider monkeys!

    Wishing you a wonderful 2011, love Christina xx

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  5. Happy New Year to you too Caroline... good luck on the flat hunt and hope life calms down a bit for you soon!

    PS I love the spider monkeys at the zoo too :)

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  6. I love that photograph .... good luck !!!

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  7. Caroline, I wanted to weigh in with both wishes of good luck (good luck!) but also a suggestion that you write, at least briefly, about your move and flat-finding in London generally. I am asking this from very selfish motives -- I hope to move to London when I graduate this summer and am getting slightly panicked about where I'll live (and how I'll pay the rent) -- but I do honestly think you'd write about it very well and would love to hear someone's real experiences on this subject.

    Just a thought, anyway!

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