It's been pretty busy around my house over the last couple of weeks. Not only was I getting ready for, and cleaning up after my snowboarding trip, but I've had to prepare my spare room for the impending arrival of my new roommate. This has been more work than I realised. Not only did I have the stress of where to send my not so crappy old clothes to, but I had to move all my spare junk up to the attic. Oh and also, yesterday I finally took my Christmas tree down. What a pain in the arse that was! Who's idea was it to buy a gd real Christmas tree! I have no clue what to do with it now. It'll probably just sit in my back yard for a 100 years. Unless anyone wants a gently used christmas tree that is... Anyway, with all of this cleaning and tidying, I've uncovered the weirdest infestation in my house. Ladybirds. Thousands of them! Ok, that's a slight exaggeration, but seriously, what is going on with ladybirds right now? Is it just me or is this a thing that's happening? And isn't it terrible luck to kill one? If so, uh oh...