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Wednesday, 6 January 2010

I've managed to jump on the computer for a few minutes...since we've moved the only PC is the one in Dave's office, so I never get on new years resolution (or one of them) is to get my own one sorted and back to blogging.

So i thought a small was ill over Xmas, a record for my children, we all ate too much, drank too much and spent too much...the usual...

We are snowed in though, of course they are not complaining.

Work has been mad, I keep getting phone calls at 'stupid o'clock' to go out and see kids who are not deterred from crime even by the minus temperatures...fools. Although the custody sergeants are laughing at me, because when they get bailed/charged and get ready to leave, i keep forgetting to leave my mummy persona at home and tell said kids to stay inside where is warm and ask them where their scarf and gloves are...

The new house is great, of course everything is 'nearly finished' but we'll get there. But if i never see another paint brush, it will be too soon lol!

Deion has a ton of appointments this month, always the way after the Xmas break. I'll let you know how they go. we had a chuckle though as when we went to the wheelchair clinic, they said his back tyres were below the limit and they changed them. Now we keep teasing him about getting pulled over for bald tyres.

Deion will be 12 next did THAT baby, but its impossible to know what to get right after Xmas.

It was my Mums birthday new years day (I know!!!) we all had a lovely day, we like Mum to know she is loved and treasured.

uh oh, gotta go, Dave's kicking me off the computer already...

Happy new year to you all

Sal xxxxxxxxxx

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7 comments: to “ three minutes and counting

  • Joanie M
    6 January 2010 at 17:17  

    Hi stranger! yes, you need to get a computer. We miss you! Glad you had a relatively healthy holiday!

  • Anonymous
    6 January 2010 at 17:31  

    Glad to hear everyone is healthy. LOL yes hard to get off the mom gear around anyone. I even do it with my friends. Can't help it. I know what you mean about going so fast, mine is turning 8 on saturday. Too fast!

  • Maureen@IslandRoar
    6 January 2010 at 23:29  

    Happy New Year Sally!
    Sounds like things are going well.
    We miss you!

  • J.J. in L.A.
    7 January 2010 at 01:39  

    Happy New Year, Sally!

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    7 January 2010 at 09:44  

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  • Randi Troxell
    7 January 2010 at 16:04  

    wooooosh! oh honey i think you gotta slow down.. just you know, a tiny bit... lol!!!

  • Simply_Pam
    13 January 2010 at 19:27  

    I'm back to blogging as well.. Glad to see like me , you have found some time as well !

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