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    I am in bed with my pjs on but can feel a blister forming on my foot so want to have a shower to make it feel better. But I'm in bed!

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    Sorry for many posts it's been a weekend and a half.

    Ds2 (6) woke up at 3 am. He was so excited to give dh his handmade gift. He just couldn't sleep. Therefore I couldn't sleep. I was up with ds3 until 1 am. So 2 hours sleep in 48 hours. Yay. This is going to be a fun day.

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    Going up hill in my car and it makes a noise and won't go into gear. So I somehow mange to roll back down hill into a car park with hitting anyone. Stop try again won't go. Call dh he says just call racq. I call arrange the tow truck and a taxi to take us home and book it into the mechanics. Dh arrives and gets straight in gear. No problems at all.
    Happy it now works but now to call everyone back and cancel everything.
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    Moments like the make me feel like a stereotypical 'useless woman'. Glad the car is working now.
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    I'm thinking the clutch is possibly on its way out or the gear box. In thinking a cog in the gear box because it can work one minute and not go into gear the next. Dp car was like that.
    Well it happened again today when do was driving.

    I think you right dss. Oh to the mechanics tomorrow. Bye bye gold coast holiday for dd1 21st birthday

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
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    Well it happened again today when do was driving.

    I think you right dss. Oh to the mechanics tomorrow. Bye bye gold coast holiday for dd1 21st birthday
    Bummer. Sorry.

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    People are not friendly at Bunnings on Sunday afternoons!

    Oh... @TeamCarts Happy Birthday for yesterday

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    Oh that sucks @anewme, big hugs xx

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    @anewme i could be wrong but if it's the gearbox that noise and inability to go into gear would most likely start to happen in the same gear each time it happens. I would assume the clutch would be all gears. While both are expensive the clutch is probably the cheaper one to hope for.

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    Definitely different gears I was doing 30 and dh was doing 70.

    I am hoping it is just the clutch.
    Thanks that eases my mind a bit.

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    Went to the dr on fri about a large skin tag that grew huge when pg with dd. he tied it off at the base to cut the blood supply so it falls off by itself, but my goodness it hurts! It looks so red and angry and yuck. *shudder*

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    Went to the dr on fri about a large skin tag that grew huge when pg with dd. he tied it off at the base to cut the blood supply so it falls off by itself, but my goodness it hurts! It looks so red and angry and yuck. *shudder*
    WTF is with skin tags? I've never had them before. Get pregnant and they're everywhere. Teeny tiny ones under my arms. I showed the Ob but they had turned black and he said they would drop off on their own. Well they've gone now. But seriously... spew


 

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