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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Will still be in hospital, recovering. Last week had a right mastectomy and the 1st stage breast-reconstruction surgery. Sore. Bruised. Swollen.

    But hopefully free of cancer now.

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    Hope the discomfort eases soon x

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Will still be in hospital, recovering. Last week had a right mastectomy and the 1st stage breast-reconstruction surgery. Sore. Bruised. Swollen.

    But hopefully free of cancer now.

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    Hugs! Hope your recovery goes well.

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    Tomorrow morning will be housework while DH sneaks off to golf. The BBQ fish and prawns and beer!

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    Wishing you a smooth recovery @J37

    No solid plans for tomorrow. A bit of a tidy up at home and taking DS out for a play at a park or something.

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    My brother lands in the morning with his family, then church, Easter craft, more church then a special good Friday dinner. Then family time.

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    Mowing the lawn this morning then when ds1 gets back from his friends house I'm thinking of watching Harry Potter with them. Dh is working so when he gets home we are going to have fish and chips for dinner

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    try and catch up on sleep
    maybe head out to Yarra valley for a picnic if nice weather
    if crappy weather perhaps see what mil is up to and pop in

    it's bub's 1 month bday today so I want to try and bake cupcakes.

    Easter to us is nothing more than a few days off, despite us both being raised Catholic lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    Church in the morning. Then home for a nap. Probably do some work on my MYOB stuff for TAFE (I got a bit behind when I was sick about 3 weeks ago). Might just have oven baked crumbed fish with chips for dinner.
    What myob course are you doing? I'm doing one too.

    We've got people for dinner tomorrow so will spend the day hanging out and starting to get everything ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICanDream View Post
    What myob course are you doing? I'm doing one too.

    We've got people for dinner tomorrow so will spend the day hanging out and starting to get everything ready.
    I'm doing Bookkeeping for Job Seekers, including MYOB, BAS, Payroll, and Business Tax Requirements.

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    Packing. Dh will go to the movies. I might go to the movies once hes back. Salmon with lemon butter sauce for dinner.


 

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