Tuesday, 18 December 2012


Hey Sweeties,

I had a little trip to A&E last Friday, I was at a friends gig; The Moonstones (Defiantly worth watching). Anyways, I hadn't had a good proper alcoholic drink in a while. 
I drank a bottle of Wine, I had two vodkas with coke, two shots of Sambuca and two shots of Whiskey.
 I woke up in hospital with my mam and Dan beside my bed, having no clue why I was in there. 
It wasn't until the day after my mam told me what had happened.
 Obviously I had far to much to drink got up and tripped over a chair bashing my head of the floor. 
The falling I can not remember.
I was comatose for a few hours, I couldn't get over the fact that they couldn't wake me without sticking a needle in my arm from which I have a horrible bruise.
Thankfully, I have amazing friends who were there for me. I'm so grateful and lucky for that. 
Before and after. 
Defiantly not nice.

I thought I'd share them with you to show how alcohol can effect you; loss of memory and loss of balance. Worst of all if I was in town I could have bashed my head on the pavement doing more damage, being surrounded by strangers anything could've happened.
It's around that time of year where people do get very merry and drink too much alcohol. It's ok to drink but not too much as you could also end up in A&E too.
So please do be careful.
As.....finally Christmas is less than a week away!

The nursery has broken up until the 7th and I'm not back at uni until the 9th of January.

So, all I need to do now is:
1.  Relax.
2. Relax.
3. Eat.
4. Buy Christmas presents. (I've only bought one Christmas present, so unorganized I know)
5. Eat.
6. Watch TV.

I have absolutely no idea what I've got for Christmas as I never asked for anything.
Although some money for the January sales would be good.
I'm finally seeing The Hobbit tomorrow!

Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas, surrounded by loving family and  friends.

Much Love,
M! xo


  1. Omg that looks painful! I hope you make a quick recovery. I've left my christmas shopping very last minute as well! Oops!

    Charlotte xo

    1. Thank you, I'm so unorganised at the moment.

  2. Oh my that looks terrible but I am sure it will recover in no time. Sorry to hear that, it is natural for people to lost control of what they are drinking and thank you for sharing this, making people aware of its danger. You're an inspiration!

    Merry Belated Christmas and...

    Happy New Year darling!xx

    The Young Bridget Jones

    1. Doesn't it! I'm so glad it's completely gone now :D Thanks, same to you m'dear!

  3. OH my god, not the best start to the New Year! Hope you're ok now. Reminds me I need to calm down when drinking, I always wake up with no memory of the night before.. it's not healthy!


    1. Defiantly not! :( That happens to me too, will always have a love/hate relationship with drink :)