Honeymoon Preparations

So, having been a bit of a curmudgeon the last few months, I’ve finally started to get a bit excited about this honeymoon next month. In part it’s come from the buying of new clothes in pale colours, and linen shorts, and partly from seeing some amazing photos of the places we’re about to visit. If nothing else, we’re going to have plenty to fill the remaining space in our homemade wedding album, which we’ve always said wasn’t going to be completed until we’d got the honeymoon done and sorted.

I think, with the rain battering the outside of the flat, and the Indian summer seemingly finally slipped away, that the heat of a winter holiday is increasingly attractive – even though I suspect we’ll be mildly traumatised by the British winter when we get back. Our preparations therefore are starting to gather pace. Clothing is sorted, travel vaccinations have been endured, spare mosquito net is sorted, insect repellent has been stockpiled… and now that I’ve finally got round to sorting out my tax return, we have a clear idea of our cash resources for while we’re out there. There’s an underwater nightclub we want to visit while we’re out there, and I suspect there’s some diving that Lady M would like to take advantage of…

Now I’ve just got to battle my local GP for prescription renewals and documentation for my byetta injections – so that’s something to look forward to this week.

About Tim Maidment

Writer, House Husband, Library Person, Raconteur, Poly, Queer and Bon Vivant. You were expecting something simple?
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