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    Crocheting (it's a new hobby) and bird watching. I love birds but it's very difficult with two noisy little boys with me. I also think my neighbours are freaked out by me. They have seen me a few times out in the vacant paddocks with my binoculars and camera looking at the Kingfishers and Scarlet Robins.

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    Reading, watching movies or tv series, dining out (when I have the $$) and I'd say me being a Girl Guides Leader is a fun and time consuming (good way) hobby

    I think pen pals are great. The two I had as a young Guide I now keep up to date with on FB. It's great!


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    Oh I used to be a guide. It was great! It makes me sad that I don't have an girls that can do it. I have a penpal from a jamboree when I was 13

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    My hobbies are reading, cross stitch, currently quilting, baking.. and tv shows haha I watch too much of those.

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    sailing, reading, photography, sewing, writing & going to give archery a go tomorrow so hopefully I'll enjoy it

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    Eating, watching dance moms and swimming

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    I don't think I really have one these days.

    I suppose doing my nails is something I like to do to chill out - I'll often spend a bit of time getting creative on them. I do it roughly once a week (shellac) after DD goes to bed.

    I don't mind getting creative and MAKING things, though I'd really really love to learn how to sew. I even have a sewing machine to learn on, but I have no room for it (no dining table).

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    Running, yoga, sewing, recently knitting, reading, cooking and I recently re-did our bathroom nearly all by myself and that was fun I also have a dollhouse that I was having a great time decorating but I don't have much time to do that now as DD sleeps in the study where the dollhouse is *glares at DD*

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    Snowboarding, cooking and HBO

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    BH and FB oh and Mario cart on the Wii hehe

    I think I need some new hobbies

    cute.

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    Don't really have hobbies, as such. Things I enjoy doing, when I get time, include: reading, baking, sewing. I used to enjoy taking photos, writing and drawing but haven't done these things in a long time. Watching tv (does that count as a hobby?). I used to maintain a vegetable garden but have been very slack with that since bub #3 came along.


 

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