Weekly Wrap: 17/7

Sydney Harbour

  1. I started the week feeling rather outraged over all the poke-zombies slowly crawling around the city, getting in my way as I was trying to get to and from work, inciting my pedestrian-rage … But as the week wore on, my rage softened and my heart warmed as I started to see the new Pokemon Go craze in a different light. Given the atrocities that have occurred this week around the world, anything that inspires a little community can only be a good thing.
  2. Earlier this week I got a call from my big big boss asking if I could help out a different team in a different division for a week, as they’re under the pump. I’m in a completely different building, working with different people, and I’m way out of my comfort zone, but I’m loving it. I’ve got a few more days with them before I head back to my usual team, and while my anxiety is a little high at the moment (because I’m being stretched in ways I didn’t know were possible), it’s been a great opportunity and I’m feeling very grateful.
  3. I took advantage of the proximity of my temporary work location to The Harbour and took an actual lunch break on Friday and actually left the office for a walk. It was nice to stroll around the foreshore (pictured), and I went to visit the baby seal on the steps at the back of the Opera House.
  4. Arsenal are coming to visit Sydney next year, and I got tickets to watch them battle it out with Sydney FC! Mr Posy’s brother, SIL and niece and nephew are coming up for the game, and I’m looking forward to us all going as a family and cheering on the Gunners.
  5. Poor ol’ Mr Posy is under the weather at the moment. He had his flu shot so I’m hoping it’s just a bit of a cold – because I know that as soon as he is on the mend I’ll come down with whatever bug it is that he’s fighting off!
  6. I made a batch of pesto today and I currently have a giant pot of lamb and barley soup simmering away on the stovetop. Ahh, Sunday…

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