sometimes it's the small things which make you happy. i can't believe it's taken me almost two years to find another section in the car park which doesn't have a 3hr parking limit. now i don't have to park on the streets and it's closer to walk from that spot to work.
still really happy for Happy Apple and all the perseverance of emailing and contacting people. also, i really like collecting my points, so after emailing 3/4 times, the movie people finally gave me my 125 points instead of 50.
not sure what to expect from this year's MYC. even though I love the cold, I have a feeling it's going to be close to zero degrees up north...should start packing soon
this week has literally been eat, eat, work, work. i actually quite like the balance of working then catching up with people.
so jelly of all those people in Europe-esp people watching Wimbledon! yay, Feds in the finals! but have to wake up early that day so won't be able to stay up to watch it =/
i thought the aussie dollar went down, quite a few people went Europe last year, but a lot more are going this year. seeing my cousin's photos of the Italy, France and Switzerland border-that view is on point. she's doing Europe a bit differently, as they're driving to places all over Europe, from 4 to 11 hour car trips. i guess it's those places which aren't full of the usual tourist, but filled with superb scenery that are only accessible by car or maybe a bus tour and not by public transport. swimming at the bottom in between two snow capped mountains looks so serene and peaceful! i guess if I was to go Europe for the first time, I would go to the typical touristy places...just need to find the time (and money) to travel first...
probably won't get my post on Sweets Street until after I get back