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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    trying to think of the most painless and lazy way to get the ingredients I need for dinner. ds had his vax today and is quite fussy and I cbf with the shops right now. really wish Coles did a drive thru service
    I am impressed your even cooking dinner. Will be leftovers again for us tonight. But DH is away so it could be cornflakes DS1 wouldn't care lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    trying to think of the most painless and lazy way to get the ingredients I need for dinner. ds had his vax today and is quite fussy and I cbf with the shops right now. really wish Coles did a drive thru service
    I have never used this so this may not work but click and collect? Yes, you need to go into the shop but it is quicker.

    Otherwise, get your DH to bring something home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    I am impressed your even cooking dinner. Will be leftovers again for us tonight. But DH is away so it could be cornflakes DS1 wouldn't care lol.
    I doubt I'll ever get to cook to be honest. ds is fussing (fair enough, he's cranky after his shots so don't blame him) and a trip to the shops is the last thing I feel like. I'm thinking aldi would be the easiest plus they have choc. is the meat at aldi really bad? I need chicken....

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    Aldi meat is fine. Otherwise toasted sangas for tea?

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    Completely unhinged again today. Wish I knew whether it was because they are now spacing out ECT or what is going on but my mood & thoughts have gone into a full on downward spiral and sleep is apparently an optional extra in life

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    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna matata View Post
    Aldi meat is fine. Otherwise toasted sangas for tea?
    nothing to put in them! I've got bits and bobs in the freezer so could do a scrap dinner....

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    Completely unhinged again today. Wish I knew whether it was because they are now spacing out ECT or what is going on but my mood & thoughts have gone into a full on downward spiral and sleep is apparently an optional extra in life
    Hugs. Hope you're feeling brighter soon x

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    nothing to put in them! I've got bits and bobs in the freezer so could do a scrap dinner....
    I wouldn't be going out. Dunno about you but weather is hideous here! Glad DH was home to do school pick up

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I have never used this so this may not work but click and collect? Yes, you need to go into the shop but it is quicker.

    Otherwise, get your DH to bring something home.
    I do click and collect but you generally need to put the order in the day before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    Completely unhinged again today. Wish I knew whether it was because they are now spacing out ECT or what is going on but my mood & thoughts have gone into a full on downward spiral and sleep is apparently an optional extra in life
    Hugs. Can you talk to someone in your care team about it?


 

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