One of the things that I love about my relationship with Kat is how much simple fun we have.
Like this morning:
This box was used to transport all of Kat’s wool, she has a lot though probably not enough in her eyes. The wool got unpacked quite a while ago but for ages she has wanted to get a picture in this box so can put the caption: ‘ if I fits I sits, if I sits I knits’. Cause this of course what one must do with a box.
Afterwards I then had to push her over in it and pour her out of it. As I said the simple things but great fun.
So to get to my job takes me about an hour door to door with two trains. Not as bad as it sounds thought, quite an easy journey and enjoying all the time I have to read.
Before was hardly reading at all with being busy doing everything else which was a shame as love reading and always seeing books that I want to read. Trouble is love watching films, playing with Maia , talking to Kat so many other things so now I have this set time every day to read and it is brilliant.
Plus everyday I get to go to Glasgow Central station and no matter how many times I see it I always think it is amazing.
Got to meet my friend’s little baby boy today, Innes. They are the first out of my uni friends to have a baby so next level of adulthood.
He is very cute and I am excited to see him grow up and be apart of his life.
Kat and I really wanting to have kids, thinking probably in about a couple of years. Kat to have the baby and for us to use sperm donation I think is what we are thinking about. It is starting to be the time when we look in to it in a bit more details.
Tonight is Kat’s graduation ball.
Looking forward to helping her celebrate everything. Can’t say that balls and these kind of social functions are my sort of thing but I will do my bit and be there. Sometimes they surprise me and are enjoyable.
Got a day planned of the cinema and dinner with friends so even if this isn’t my ideal evening I get fun stuff tomorrow and wouldn’t miss it for the world to be there with Kat.
Today is the day that my wife graduated from uni. She has now completed her 4 year radiography course and has a job. Very proud of her and glad to have been able to be there to support her.