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    Default What are you avoiding today?

    In front of me I have, three manila work folders, two accounting assessments and bills to pay, all of which I am actively avoiding before my Drs appointment this afternoon. If only I could avoid that too...

    What (if anything) are you avoiding today?

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    So many things. I need to start two new modules after having a month off study. I need to clean the house and do some banking and bake for tuckshop tomorrow.
    But with two sick kids in the house I cant be bothered

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Poppy View Post
    So many things. I need to start two new modules after having a month off study. I need to clean the house and do some banking and bake for tuckshop tomorrow.
    But with two sick kids in the house I cant be bothered
    I feel so bad, there is nothing more draining that kids being sick .

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    Work... When DS is napping, i just want to relax, not work!

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    Default What are you avoiding today?

    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    Work... When DS is napping, i just want to relax, not work!
    I normally love to work, but I'm off kilter with DD being at Childcare for the first time and the house being so quiet. .

    I say that as I'm sitting here watching Gilmore Girls with a piece of dark chocolate though, .

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    Everything. I'm too tired to do it. Packing, cleaning, bill paying, cooking, buying DH a birthday present from DS (and his birthday is tomorrow), trying to find a letter with appointment details that seems to have conpletely disappeared, finding something to eat, waxing. I've already spent a good hour and a half cleaning up (because I was sick, so you can guess how much was done), after a bad night with DS and an early wake up, I am done. I've got no motivation left to do anything. Grateful DH will be home early today.


 

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