So, I set up this blog with the intention of keeping all up to date with my exciting adventure in Lapland!
Lapland accidentally came and went and I was just having too much damn fun to sit at a computer for more than a few minutes. The time is here to rectify the situation and you will be regaled with tales from the freezer. Stay tuned for all the snow filled, reindeer riding, husky petting, elf antics you can handle.
Interestingly, I am now a city slicker working the big time in foggy London town so be prepared for my attempts to get my head around this 'being an adult' type thing. The highlight today so far has been getting my own business cards - this proves that not only am I important enough to own them, but that whoever ordered them fully expects people to want to know how to contact me afterwards. This poses a new issue for me whereby I now have to know what to say to these people who want to talk to me...ideas on the back of a postcard please.
I had no need for a business card as an elf, 'Peanut' (my felt suited alter ego) would just launch a snowball into the face of the nearest mewling child and be done with it. I believe this is frowned upon in the board room arena although I will be testing this method and keep you updated.
Aside from elfing and wearing a proper suit to a proper office Monday to Friday, I have also spent my weekend being the hostess with the mostess at the fantastic Man of Kent for the University of Kent Netball club. Twas a cracking night by all accounts, organised by the beautiful committee and won by the most eligible batchelor in Kentville. Other highlights recently have been performing at the new club, Chatback, in Canterbury which is an ace little gig I'd recommend to any comedian seeking a well organised room and a receptive audience.
Love and affection and all things shiny, blogging is fun.