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    Quote Originally Posted by biscotti View Post
    I drove DD to Brisbane at 6am for training (4hr return trip), cooled my heels at Chandler for 3 hrs while she trained, popped into Carindale for some retail therapy and came home to a messy house which I am now tidying
    Your too good...
    I am just ignoring my messy house tonight. It will still be there in a hour.

    Meanwhile my ds3 (4 mths) is trying to help me type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    I am sorry that you had a bleed and they wouldn't give you the results.

    Yay for the thermy demo... yummo.
    They way out of my price range and I don't they could cook enough for my family anyhow.

    I would love to have coffee with a RL friend but it seems to hard atm.
    Thanks yeah I doubt it would feed my mums family of 6 either for dinner, would be good for other things but yeah not sure if I would of bothered if it didn't do one pot meals!

    I hope you can get some R&R soon

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    Headoverfeet I hope all is ok there!!Today I cleaned and was sunny and windy so managed to get lots of laundry done, got ready to go out... only to realize DH left for work with the car seat... DH came home early, went out then play with dog... Having a cuppa while contemplating dinner

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    I hate moving. All that packing and unpacking Yuck...
    Oh, i know. It's not just the packing and unpacking...it's the washing the walls, scrubbing the oven, dusting the light shades, etc... It seems to never end.
    I think i have created more mess through 'sorting' then anything else

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaomamma View Post
    Headoverfeet I hope all is ok there!!Today I cleaned and was sunny and windy so managed to get lots of laundry done, got ready to go out... only to realize DH left for work with the car seat... DH came home early, went out then play with dog... Having a cuppa while contemplating dinner
    Thanks I had a drop in HCG though (250-157 over 8 days) so I'm not hopeful at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Oh, i know. It's not just the packing and unpacking...it's the washing the walls, scrubbing the oven, dusting the light shades, etc... It seems to never end.
    I think i have created more mess through 'sorting' then anything else
    That's me. I take forever sorting and dh come and up ends a drawer in a box and say there it is packed.

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    That's me. I take forever sorting and dh come and up ends a drawer in a box and say there it is packed.
    I should adopt your DH's packing style. I might get this over and done with a lot quicker!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    I should adopt your DH's packing style. I might get this over and done with a lot quicker!

    I prefer the sort and pack.. it costs less to pay for rubbish removal then it does to move house.

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    I prefer the sort and pack.. it costs less to pay for rubbish removal then it does to move house.
    I moved interstate 10 months ago so i did a massive sort and rubbish removal then so anything i have to get rid of now will go to an op shop or will fit in the rubbish bin. I'm still not keen to sort it though

    I couldn't believe the cost of local removalists. I was quoted around $2500 to move 5 kms down the road. It only cost me $735 to move interstate last time.
    I've ended up hiring a truck and will do it myself for $150.

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    Am I weird? I love movingToday has been crap weather so I haven't done much other than trying to get use to my new clingy baby... I do not understand how all of a sudden she wants to hang off me and cries if I walk away to do anything other than hold her. WOW !!!!


 

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