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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTiggyWinkle View Post
    I reckon you need a kid-free morning to go shopping while in Sydney. Tomorrow morning is looking good Payback time!!
    Maybe book into a day spa while you're there.

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    Let him sleep it off and once he's sober an well he can take both kids for the day and you can do something yourself. No point trying to milk it now . It's pointless . You'll get more when he's not hungover

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    Just read this MiM! Glad he's home safe and sound. Men, huh?!

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    So glad he is home safe


    Quote Originally Posted by davally View Post
    I was widowed 11 years ago and I remember that awful 4 hour wait between my first DH being late home and actually getting the news...I was out of my mind with worry and anger that he was worrying me (before I knew what had happened).
    How awful for you

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    MIM i was so worried for you!! Thank god he is home safe and sound now!!

    I know that feeling of worry, Dec last yr my husband went out mid week, i spoke to him at 9 and he told me he was coming home soon. i woke up at midnight and he wasnt home yet. i rang his phone around 10 times, and a paramedic finally answered his phone. he had been attacked and was being taken to hospital. it was the scariest night of my life, and i get paranoid/worried REALLY easily now, especially given he has an acquired brain injury as a result of the attack.

    Make sure he never does this to you again!! it is such a horrible feeling.


 

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