America, iPads and my return to Norfolk….

I went to America.

Every time I think this I smile, and add ‘finally’ onto the end of the sentence.

It was so nice to see Victoria. It also genuinely felt like we last saw each other a few days ago, not four months ago. Her family were so nice, and I had such a good time. I needed a break, and that was what that was. We watched theatre, went line dancing, tried on prom dresses at Macys, went into the mountains, ate both good and bad food stuffs and genuinely just had fun.

The flights were not too bad. I would definitly reccomend flying with Canada air. The food was nice, the seat was comfey, and the selection of films was very good. I watched Star Trek, An Education, Sherlock Holmes, Transformers 2, Nine and some episodes of Glee, mainly trash which passed time well enough.

Jet lag is evil. Nuff said.

Whilst I was out there though I did the thing I swore I wouldn’t, and purchased an iPad.
Whoops, my bad.
But it is totally amazing. It’s so nice not having to lug my laptop around with me, and not have to squint to see my ipod touch’s screen. At the moment I also get that smug feeling when I am sitting in Starbucks having a coffee (or five lol) and people double take at what I am playing with. It was also good to have at University the other day, and will be handy in lectures.
Thats what I keep telling myself anyway.

Now onto the ‘bad’ news.
I have decided, after much deliberation, maths and interweb browsing, that I am moving back to the Father’s for the summer break. Nearly four lovely months in Norfolk.
I am going to stick my head into the Odeon, or give them a ring soon to see if they would consider re-hiring me for the summer. It has been a while since I have worked there, but as I have been doing FOH for the past few years it’s pretty much the same thing, minus the retail and Ben and Jerrys shenanigans. I really do hope they will have me back, as three months in Norfolk jobless would be rather painful and soul destroying.

If I am honest I am actually slightly looking forward to it. I hope it will be the last time this happens, but I shall definitely make the most of it whilst I am there.

Which will totally involve commandeering my fathers new jet ski.


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