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    Quote Originally Posted by Eleven Eleven View Post
    Waiting for DH to come home from the neighbours from fixing their car, seeing what I can cook without going to the shops, have a ton of ironing to do and looking after DD.

    I'm making mushroom risotto.
    you! we were supposed to meet up at some point as i recall??

    anyway. it's an hour before i have to get ready and leave for work. i really should write this job application. i hate job applications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuminMind View Post
    Oh dear! I failed maths in high school, but my teacher felt so sorry for me that she allowed me to pass. I hereby retract my previous offer to help; you are on your own there, missy!

    AFM: Managed to muster enough motivation to clean the house. Next on the agenda is to organise my kids outgrown clothes and use them to make a keepsake bedspread for them. Well, I'll be paying someone else to do it!

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    hahaha thought that would be the case hense not wanting to do it

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    Hi HP!!! I haven't seen you in ages!!!

    I was TRYING to write an hour ago, I had 2 children outside fighting, the 5yr old is DETERMINED to control her 2yr old sister and talk to her like she is another 5yr old 'accidentally' hurts her ALL THE FREAKING time and a 3m old screaming in my arms!!! I put the 5yr old in her room to play, she fel asleep, the 2yr old had a refreshing shower and is sitting pinned to the tv eating pop corn and the baby sucked her dummy to sleep, first time she has done that without being held, cuddled her little blankie, no crying just sucking and gazing... So I just had a bowl of pop corn and waiting for dh to get home from work so we can go for a ride on the esplanade...


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    well lazy afternoon here I did apply for a passport, bookthe passport interview and get my passport photo though on the positive
    now I have to go pick my sister up from work so lazy can't be bothered haha having baked potatoes for dinner nice and lazy

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    Im cooking dinner atm, fried rice Japanese style so yummy other than that had my sister over for a few hours and picked my DD1 up from her Bfs place

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmPowering View Post
    well lazy afternoon here I did apply for a passport, bookthe passport interview and get my passport photo though on the positive
    now I have to go pick my sister up from work so lazy can't be bothered haha having baked potatoes for dinner nice and lazy
    Haha what you call a "lazy Sunday" I would be calling a "very productive day"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eleven Eleven View Post
    Haha what you call a "lazy Sunday" I would be calling a "very productive day"
    hahaha I did most of it from the computer seat

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    Helllooooo?

    Where is everyone?

    Why is the hub so quiet tonight?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    Helllooooo?

    Where is everyone?

    Why is the hub so quiet tonight?!
    I'm here haha gonna go to bed soon though as tv is out due to the rain dammit

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    Just saw you live in Bris too, is your power out from the rain?


 

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