The Rheumatic District work is in full bloom again and I have had meetings both with the board, with the budget group, with the web group and also the party committee. We have a conference coming up in 3 weeks so a lot of planning with that too.
Then my work celebrate its 10th anniversary next year so I have the task of planning a trip for all of us to Berlin in March. I have never been there so that will be interesting. I have already learnt a lot about Berlin, where to stay, what to see etc. Something to look forward to.
We will also have something for our clients of course and that will take place January 13 which is the day we throw out Christmas. So it will be that theme.
But first it's time for wedding. Yes, on Saturday my best friend's daughter is getting married. It's her kids that "adopted" us as grandparents many years ago, so on the guestlist we are listed as Grandma and Grandpa :-) I'm so looking forward to that too.
Other than this it's quite calm ;-) I take every opportunity to rest which I really need with all my inflammations going on, but I don't want to stay home. I mean I don't get any better if I'm home so if I only can drive to work I will. I really enjoy my work and since I only work 3 days a week I can cope. I rest the other days, that is when I don't have anything else planned ;-)
H.E.A.T was at the American embassy here in Stockholm because they need a working permit to be able to play in Chicago in October. I so wish I could be there! But I'm going on the cruise so I can listen to them and maybe, just maybe they will sing something for me on my party :-)
|Jimi Jamison at Firefest. Jonas on keyboard and Tommy Denander on guitar|
We got sad news on Tuesday that Jimi Jamison had passed away only 63 years old. Jona played with him and also toured with him in 2010 and 2011 and I saw him and them in 2010 in Nottingham. Such a loss.
Below is a link to the Baywatch theme with Jimi, Jona on keyboard, Jimmy Jay on base and Tommy Denander on guitar
Take care everyone and be kind to each other!