It’s not often I want to just scream into a pillow but today has been one of those days. I’m rarely angry, I’m good at choosing my emotions but sometimes it becomes to o much. As soon as I think my ex-husband and can find a light in our relationship, the exact opposite happens. We have different views on how to split the the time. I’ve wished for every other week and he wants to keep three days. I’m starting to feel like one of the kids thinks it’s a lot jumping around and it breaks my heart to see it. It’s a horrible feeling to feel powerless and dependant on one person.
When the going get’s tough I’m grateful for my rational-self who steps in and tells me that it’s only been a year and that it’ll be easier as the years go by. I’m trying to find calm in that.
Anyway. Now for something else entirely. Friday’s party:
As I’d mentioned before, Pingis and I celebrated six years and we chose to celebrate a bit differently at Cuvée Madame in Old Town. We really wanted to do something different, the thought was a drink after work but we had the most amazing party!
Pingis and I invited our usual mix of people. 1. Closest friends/colleagues. 2. People who have been a part of our journey. 3. People we want to work/cooperate with. So, get time with friends, time to thank some people and a chance to network.
The place was on two floors in Old Town, we served food from Renée Voltaire and an unlimited amount of rosé. Johan DJ:d and there was a party all the way into the alleway, there were about 40 of us and all over us were dancing before 8 o’clock. Everyone who came are so used to events so I think people thought it was nice with some a bit simpler and more relaxing.
Bowls with our products.
Our company has a veg-policy! Although we had vegan food on Friday.
Here are two superstars! It’s the two of them (plus another 10 employees) who run (and own) Flattered with me and Pingis. Emma And Gustav are a duo like Pingis and I. Flattered have several new models by the way, check them out,here.
The calm before the storm. The speakers were booming and everyone just went for it! I was so happy! We started at 6 and around ten the team carried onto Riche where we had more food and champagne. I was planning on being home at 10 at the latest but I was home at midnight so not too bad. I’m out several evenings a week for work dinners but the trick is to be in bed for twelve. Regarding alcohol I either stay sober or half a glass of wine if it’s a weekday but two glasses at the most on a weekend. Although on Friday I had three glasses of wine. It’s almost on the edge for my part. But that’s how it is sometimes. It might sound harsh with all the rules but I can’t just ”take it as it comes” when my pace is so high during the week. I need to plan everything to keep the balance.
Now I’m going to plan the week. See you tomorrow. Big hug.