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Fair warning: This post is going to be a little bit longer because several exciting (to me, at least) things happened this week!
First and foremost, I had my interview for my internship on Tuesday. I didn't think that it went that well, and was kind of jittery about it afterwards, but then I got an email on Wednesday offering me the position and telling me that they would see me on March 2nd, so I'm officially in! I'll be working ...
I spent the first two days of the new year with sister Helen sharing some very enjoyable skiing . The weather was again superb, full sunshine and clear skies. In fact the weather on Friday actually climbed up above zero, only just but we could feel the difference. I'm really pleased with my skiing; certainly not great but better than I've ever skied before. My ski lesson in ...
... grasp to just 'move on'.
Whilst my grief over the last 6 months has overshadowed everything, one thing that has shone through is the amazing support I've received from family and friends. It has helped me enormously, and I consider myself so lucky that you all have been so understanding, supportive and have unselfishly given me the audience to talk about Cate and my grief. Thank you so much. I don't know how I would have got ...
... pottered around in the village. Helen needed some minor dental work and fortunately she found a very helpful and apparently very friendly dentist in La Clusaz.
I found today's skiing difficult and not as enjoyable due to the variable snow conditions and the stiffness of my thigh muscles (I'm obviously not as fit as I might have thought). It may be because the snow is so fresh and there is not yet a decent base, but the ...
... yeah. We made the decision to try to fond a spot for the Tour and got onto the course just before the Road closed at Valbonnais. It was so fantastic!! We wandered and talked to people and then the caravan came through. It has 180 vehicles which consist of floats, sponsors cars, police and official cars and motorbikes. Best thing though was the excitement of the things they threw out...caps, Blow up pillows, stubbie holders, ...