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15-01-2015 12:26 #91
15-01-2015 13:44 #92
So proud of sil, she has been accepted into uni to study psychology!!!!
15-01-2015 14:13 #93
Actually considering eloping... But still don't think I could do it. Plus to do anything like that I need a job and I just cannot get one. Just depressing myself, really.
Need to think about other things.
15-01-2015 14:27 #94
I know I'm not the poster girl for it but eloping was actually really awesome. And my friend did the elope to Vegas thing which was way cool as well and pretty affordable...
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15-01-2015 15:03 #95
So grateful to my Dad and his partner. They bought DS1'S whole school uniform today. 3 shirts, 3 shorts, jumper and hat for $168! We've been struggling with money because DF doesn't budget correctly, they didn't know this just offered to do it.
15-01-2015 15:11 #96
15-01-2015 15:28 #97
Would you tell/invite anyone like a destination wedding you hope people don't come to? Or really elope and tell everyone when you got back?
@Awesome Queen of Amazingtown how did you do it?
15-01-2015 15:52 #98
I am still waiting to get engaged... Lol
15-01-2015 16:08 #99
So then I think, stay closer to home, say we are having a party and if you can come that's great, don't stress if you can't and then spring the wedding on the guests at the party. Two of df's mates have done that. Which is still a lovely idea, but either way, I would still need money for it.
There is no two ways about it- even if I were to do the second option, I would still want a photographer, my hair and makeup done and a nice dress (even if it isn't a full blown gown) plus new clothes for the kids, plus celebrant, marriage licence, venue hire and food etc etc.
Bottom line is I need to go back to work. This is the route of all our problems. Or maybe if I dig deeper its the actual education system itself, where a highly qualified and motivated teacher is begging for work and can not find a single job while unqualified and inexperienced nits walk out of uni and into the classroom with no idea what they're doing. (And yes, I know I was once a nit, but at least 50% but I would say more of all jobs advertised locally are for graduates, and another 40% to level 1, and another 8% is for specialist positions... What chance do I have when only 2% of jobs advertised I can apply for, and no doubt I'm not the only one in this position?!)
Errr... And here endeth my rant
15-01-2015 16:09 #100
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