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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    I am wondering has anyone ever put buttercream icing on a syrup cake before? Will it be too rich? I was going to do lemon syrup cake and lemon buttercream with strawberries and blueberries on top but now I'm second guessing myself.
    It sounds delicious! Do you deliver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    I am wondering has anyone ever put buttercream icing on a syrup cake before? Will it be too rich? I was going to do lemon syrup cake and lemon buttercream with strawberries and blueberries on top but now I'm second guessing myself.
    Yuuuuum! I don't bake so no, but sounds so delish that I think you should try it out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    I am wondering has anyone ever put buttercream icing on a syrup cake before? Will it be too rich? I was going to do lemon syrup cake and lemon buttercream with strawberries and blueberries on top but now I'm second guessing myself.
    I don't know why this is even a question!
    No such thing as too rich. Just pieces that are too big - although I've never come across a piece too big

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    Well I ended up going with both. I'll save you a piece @BettyV :-)

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    I am seriously reconsidering my decision to go to swim squad this morning. It's 14 degrees and raining and the pool is outdoor.

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    Sitting at home when I should be in the car driving to work . I have to run a big meeting today and I'm super anxious and of course that means anxious belly ! Ahh why do I say yes to things !! I need to learn to say no

    Anxiety sucks !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    Sitting at home when I should be in the car driving to work . I have to run a big meeting today and I'm super anxious and of course that means anxious belly ! Ahh why do I say yes to things !! I need to learn to say no

    Anxiety sucks !
    Hugs! I hate anxious belly! I hope everything goes okay.

    I am at home 3rd day straight and 2nd day straight with both kids. I'm on carers leave while mum recovers and can't look after DS.

    I was going to send DD to Childcare but she still has a cough, not good for the other kids.

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    I am happy that DS finally had a good day care drop off! He started to get a bit upset, but I reminded him I would be back in the afternoon to pick him up, and he reached out to the carer and went over without a single tear.

    I am also slightly sad that he had a good day care drop off - it's a sign that my baby is growing up! And guilty for feeling sad.

    Ah, too complex for so early in the morning. In need of tea!

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    I am proud of my little DS who is 5.5wks for sleeping from 7pm to 140am Then up at 6. Considering he was 3.5wks early he's doing super awesome. ❤️

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    I am confused about why my tax return estimate says I owe the ATO. I have checked everything and do not understand why. Waiting for DH to get home so he can do his and see if his is ok.


 

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