Saturday, 29 August 2009

Weekend Plans

It's Bank Holiday weekend - Yayyy! :-P

First off, my review for the Wicked: Witch & Curse series is now up at The Book Bag. For those of you who don't know, here's the premise:

Holly Cathers' world shatters when her parents are killed in a terrible accident. Wrenched from her home in San Francisco, she is sent to Seattle to live with her relatives, Aunt Marie-Claire and her twin cousins, Amanda and Nicole.

But as Holly struggles to settle into her new home, her sorrow and grief soon gives way to bewilderment at the strange incidents going on around her. Such as how any wish Holly whispers to her cat seems to come true. Or the way a friend is injured after a freak accident by a vicious falcon. And then there's her undeniable, magnetic attraction to a boy she barely knows . . .

Holly and her cousins, Amanda and Nicole, are about to be drawn into a family feud spanning generations. And as they uncover a dark legacy of witches, secrets, and alliances, where ancient magic yields dangerous results, the girls learn of a shared destiny that is beyond their wildest imaginations . . .


My full review is right here.

So, does anyone have any plans for the weekend? My mother and I are off to see The Sound of Music stage production tonight. It's the West End production that has been traveling around the UK starring none other than Connie Fisher (How do you solve a problem like Maria?). We have front row tickets and I really can't wait. :-D


Tomorrow I'm attending the evening reception of one of my oldest friend's wedding. Thank God I've convinced my man to come along - I don't think I could do it alone. It's been a while since I saw them all and I'm a little nervous.

Then, I have to ask you guys for a favour for Tuesday. I had a job interview last week - Apparently I made an impression and stood out so now I've got a second stage interview this Tuesday. Apparently it's very hard-going and really tests your abilities. I'd really love it if you guys could cross your fingers for me. I've been unemployed for over six months and I don't think I can last any longer.

Anyway, TTFN.

Hope you all have a great weekend.

Edit: I also have to add a link to an article I just read that my man posted on Facebook. Right here.

Some reader of the Daily Mail wrote a letter complaining that the packaging on the Maoam sweets look 'pornographic.' What the hell??? He said his children were very 'sensitive' and that he was glad he got to the advert before they did.

Right ...

Over sweet wrappers?

Mmmm.

Yeah, you should really watch out for those 'inter-fruit' relations. They're dangerous and bad news.

Honestly, this is why I don't read the Daily Mail - the readers are idiots. :P  

15 comments:

Amanda said...

Good luck with your interview. I'm glad you made it to the second stage.

Ceri said...

Amanda - Thanks, hun :-D

Violet said...

fingers crossed. Good luck Ceri.

Hope you enjoy the stage production, I still haven't watched the movie.

Jaime said...

*hangs head in shame* I have been such a bad blogging friend!

Looks like you are going to have a busy weekend. I would love to see The Sound of Music on stage! Can't wait for you to share with us :D

Good luck on your interview! I am crossing fingers, toes, eyes, hair, legs, and whatever else can be crossed for ya!

Ceri said...

Violet - Thanks :) I really enjoyed it. You haven't watched the film???? Are you insane?

Jaime - Hehe, no worries, hun. Hope you're okie. The Sound of Music was amazing :-D . Thanks for the crossed fingers.

Melody said...

Good luck and all the best, Ceri!!
Will be keeping fingers crossed for you. :)

Nikola said...

I LOVE The Sound of Music!! I hope you'll have an amazing time!

Ceri said...

Mel - Thank you so much :-D

Nikola - I did. The show was fantastic. :-D

Carl V. said...

I will certainly be saying a prayer and crossing my fingers for you for the job. I have a dear friend dealing with unemployment now and I have seen first hand just how not-fun that can be.

I hope you enjoyed the musical. I love Sound of Music. And front row seats, how cool!!!

Ceri said...

Carl - Thank you so much. :-) It really is much appreciated.

Lauren said...

LOVE Sound of Music! I hope it was terrific!

Ceri said...

Lauren - It really was. If you ever get a chance to see it, do! :-D

naida said...

Good luck with your interview! *fingers crossed*
Sound of Music is one of my fav movies, hope you enjoyed the show.
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Amy K said...

Ceri

Have you had the second interview yet?

So excited for you :)

xx
A

Ceri said...

Naida - Thank you so much. I did get the job :-D I really loved the show. I'd definitely recommend seeing it. :-D

Amy - I have :-D And I got the job! Woohoo! :-D Thanks, hun.