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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Bec~ View Post
    (Single parents, FIFO mummies and those with parents in the armed forces are all welcome to roll their eyes and tut tut and my little sulk)

    Does that mean i should roll my eyes.

    DH is in the armed forces. He doesn't leave at any time of the day, as they are paying him to sit at home after his op.

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    Sorry for being slightly off topic but- I can't believe how early everyone gets up and goes to work! The average seems to be around 7am... And so many 12+ hour days!
    Is this what grown up working life is like?!

    (DP and I are both still at uni and yet to experience real life)


 

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