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    Laid on the couch with a really bad hangover!

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    Syringing water down a puppies throat and running all over to find Benadryl for said puppy because he caught bloody kennel cough at the vet!


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    On the couch doped up on painkillers because of a really bad ear infection that is causing the whole side of my head to throb. I didn't even drink last night and still woke up feeling crap so not fair

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    Completely lacking in motivation so played cricket with the kids, them decided to buy some new towels and cook a meat pie for dinner. Nothing very productive!

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    Did an online grocery shop, played with DS, gave DS lunch then he had a 2 hr nap and I had a nanna nap, played with DS again. Pretty good day actually for Day 1

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    First day off in two weeks - spent the morning feeling queasy, did some washing and ironing.
    Now just lying in bed trying not to vomit.

    Not how I wanted spend the day but moving too much makes me dizzy
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    We DTD twice, got up, went for a walk with DP and the kids, but mainly just been having a lazy day at home watching DVDs and the cricket.

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    I've had a pretty boring day. I wanted to go to the beach but DH didn't so we stayed home. I spent the day cleaning out DS's old clothes, packing up some stuffed toys to go to the salvos, cleaning out the linen cup board of all the thing we nolonger use and sorting out my craft cupboard and desk. The salvos will be happy, I've got about 6 big bags of stuff for them.

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    Sat at home alone with the kids. Dp came home and took the kids swimming. I'm at home alone with the squish (whos sleeping) so im watching tv

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    In bed watching a Modern Family marathon on Foxtel. Kids have been in and out all day watching and playing board games with me as well.

    DH goes back to work tomorrow so it's been nice to have a break.


 

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