Don't panic, it's not tonight. Every so often we arrange to meet up online and talk rubbish. Not so different from the day-to-day, but with more people. Yes, it sounds naff, but just you wait... it's also oddly satisfying.
oh dear, now he's decided it's necessary to look over my shoulder at this phenomenon (but he's just nipped off to the loo saying 'i better not miss too much!)
Mummy to E (nov 08) and Birdy (dec 10)
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Getting dressed to go the pub. Traditional Tuesday night activity here.
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He hasn't come home yet. Last I heard he said he wouldn't be late but he was in the pub having done team appraisals.
I'll be leaving the spare room door open for him I think!
Spammer executioner & heads together basher
Annie aka kitten 1
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Sat a few feet away on the desktop looking at boats we cannot afford. He has however painting the hallway a gorgeous turquoise this evening. Coat 2 tomorrow - Woo Hoo.
So somehow it happened, my weaners are at school,
I'm still here though and people I'll try to fool,
with tales of advice giving and of wanting to know
But really here's the only place I ever want to go.
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He's been nagging me this evening to do some coursework for a new module I've just started on a course. He thought I was working on it and was dissappointed in me for going to the party instead. What can I say? I ordered two books that will be relevant from Amazon, that's enough work for one night, right?
3 year old twins, 1 year old toddler.
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