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    I am so sick of our neighbors. They've been renovating/rebuilding for over 6 months now, 7 days a week today they have a digger thing running constantly out the front of the house doing something on the nature strip. It's so loud and vibrating through the whole house. Plus they've put half their tools etc in our front yard and dug a big hole in the corner of our yard .. I wish they'd just truck off

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbleGuts View Post
    I am so sick of our neighbors. They've been renovating/rebuilding for over 6 months now, 7 days a week today they have a digger thing running constantly out the front of the house doing something on the nature strip. It's so loud and vibrating through the whole house. Plus they've put half their tools etc in our front yard and dug a big hole in the corner of our yard .. I wish they'd just truck off
    Hey BubbleGuts
    This would be so annoying. If they are working loudly before and after a certain time during the day you are able to report them to the right authority (possibly the police not to sure). I wouldn't mind if it was a couple weeks but my gosh 6 months and on Sunday to and I'm sure you can do something about the tools and hole in your yard defiantly a safety hazard for you and your family.

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    Feeling a bit flat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marchbundle View Post
    Feeling a bit flat
    Hugs. Flat is a little better than psycho - which is where I was at yesterday. But back to reasonably flat again today. It's not fun when you just don't feel like doing much of anything.

    Do you have something nice planned for the weekend? A trip to a funny movie or something to cheer you up a little?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happymum2 View Post
    I am trying to clean the house with both kids at home! Impossible!!!
    Cray-cray! Can you get them to be 'helpers'? (If this succeeds please share secret to success!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    Hugs. Flat is a little better than psycho - which is where I was at yesterday. But back to reasonably flat again today. It's not fun when you just don't feel like doing much of anything.

    Do you have something nice planned for the weekend? A trip to a funny movie or something to cheer you up a little?
    I can be psycho depending on who you ask lol...you are doing a lot solo, so it's understandable that you are frustrated, l completely relate. I've been there lol.

    I'm still moving to a nicer area, that's a given but dd1 only has 1 year after this one and dd2 has 2 so l see no point in moving them. I've already moved them away from friends at one school once, l don't want to do it again.

    Ugh. The school isn't that good but they like it. If they were in early primary, I'd move them. again no worries. I want them to go to go to high school with established friendships.

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    Hanging out with a friend watching Beauty and the Beast.. because that's how we roll. Disney movies on a Friday night and not a child in sight.

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    I am so excited to have Mr6 come home and tell me how his Little A's went. It's his first time going. I was so upset I couldn't go but logistically it just wasn't possible as it's 2 hours away and he went on the bus with other kids from his school and I missed out on a seat as it was full. I have a car here but we had a million and one bills this week and the $80ish petrol bill was a bit too much as I don't like running the accounts too low even if it is pay week next week.

    But he has been so excited all week and I can't wait to hear about it

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    I am feeling a little better although DS is still up as I let him sleep until 5.

    We are watching the AFL game. So funny. And lovely to watch all the old guys playing. The women are kicking butt!

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