Karaoke Session, Bad Blood Test and Cookie Dough Date!

A busy week of university and down time, with archery and singing! 

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My life has become filled with archery and I'm loving every second of it! I'm finally beginning to see improvement and it feels like it's so worthwhile now. I've been getting more and more consistent and while I defintely need to work on my stamina, it's so fun, half the time I don't care...at least deep down! 
 After a stressful and busy day at university the house bonded in the kitchen, singing along to one of our favourite film series, High School Musical. I have so many decisions to make at the moment. I don't know whether to go for Archery Committee member. I would absolutely love to, genuinely, but I also feel like it might be too much and I don't know if I will be able to do it the justice it deserves which would be a shame. Then again, I know that when I am present, I will give it 100% which is a great quality. It's definitely something I need to think about long term wise.

On Saturday, I headed to archery for 3 hours of shooting and scored for the second time. I did 408 on Friday and followed it with 402. I was a little disappointed with the second because I actually had more ten's and better overall but I had 3 white's which brought the total down quite dramatically. Nevertheless, afterwards, I headed to the pub with some of the members and as much as it pushed me out of my comfort zone, I really enjoyed it and ended up staying out until 6pm. Crazy for me. I don't usually like socialising that long...
When I got back, I chilled in the lounge with Vicki and Sam for a little while before we decided to head out for a little date night to Dessert Haven in Beeston. We dropped Vicki off at her "boyfriends" and then thoroughly enjoyed out cookie dough...heaven! It was almsot as good as Kenilworth, where I went to Delightful Desserts with Vicki.
To end the week, Sam decided she really wanted to go to the engage session for archery. In all honesty, I love that she's interested in it and it makes me incredibly happy but at the same time, from a slightly selfish - okay, very selfish - perspective, I don't want her to love it as much as I do because I really enjoy that "me time" away from the girls and all the drama associated living and working together 24/7.

Nevertheless, when we got there. It was so much. I decided to wear my club shirt so that I could help with coaching and ended up really enjoying myself as well. It was a really nice way to end the week.

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