It was only a few days ago that Adele swept the Grammys, taking home [article id="1679279"]six trophies[/article] for her album 21 and [article id="1679254"]hitting the stage[/article] for an emotional return to performing after having vocal-cord surgery back in November.
In a new blog post titled "5 Was My Favourite Number But Now It Is 6," the singer reflects on the whirlwind of the last few days.
"Oh goodness!! I'm absolutely flabbergasted! In between laughing my head off, welling up, needing to sit down and trying to maintain an open fire (which is pretty much impossible huh!?), I keep having flashbacks to Sunday night. The most incredible night of my life," she wrote. "Thank you to you all, I am so overwhelmed, it's the strangest feeling. I have constant butterflies and goose bumps, it's wearing me out but I LOVE it!
"I've been sleeping a lot but the minute I wake up I burst out laughing and it starts all over again," she continued. "I forgot to mention so many people by name on the night, and for that I'm sorry. I will say thanks to your face when I next see you. I was totally unprepared. Despite the phenomenal year, I swear I didn't think I had any chance. All the categories were full of people I adore with brilliant songs, records and performances. So not in my wildest dreams did I think to actually prepare anything proper to say just in case."
Nestled in between giddy moments in the post, Adele was reflective about the past 12 months. "Thank you to everyone who enjoys my music, and to all the 'daydreamers' (I love that you call yourselves that. I read all your messages and threads from time to time and you crack me up x) it seems like you pass 21 on and want people to hear it and it's because of that that it's evolved into something that we should all be very proud of," she wrote. "All of this is yours — the songs, the shows, the moments like this. Not that there's any other moments like this one, but you get my drift ... Ha! The night itself was so amazing, I met so many incredible people and everyone we've lost this year were on our minds and in our hearts and it was lovely to remember them all together as fans and friends."
At the end of the lengthy blog post, she addressed some [article id="1679121"]comments she made[/article] in Vogue in which she noted she wanted to take five years off. Adele fans, don't worry. She has no plans to slow down. "I've a few days off now, and then it's the [article id="1677257"]Brit Awards[/article] here at home," she wrote about the show, where she is nominated and will perform. "And then I'm straight into the studio. BOYYAHH! 5 years? More like 5 days!"