Making a New start, Stepping into the New year(811 Posts)
Hi all, After a pretty rough ride last year (2012) I think I feel ready to start again with babysteps
So who's with me for the journey?
Old and new steppers are welcome!
Lets do this one small step at a time!
Collected DD1 from friends house, homework again
Vino nearly finished
Sarnies will be prepped for packed lunches in the morning
<tries to ignore kids bickering in the background>
had a bad time recently but hoping things will get better now. DD had a bad case of Flu followed by a chest infection but is starting to get back to normal now.
I feel the need to try and regain some control of my house again. Might not manage to check in often but will try.
Having breakfast at the mo but will then be off to get dressed.
Hope everyone is o.k.
Good to see you Cats, hope DD gets better very soon. How is your wrist now?
Things are ticking over here, morning routine is done, DDs packed off to school, I'm having a quiet coffee before leaping into action. Our hot water is playing up, the boiler doesn't get serviced because here they just don't, and it's a fancy pants forrin bit of kit. This all means that when we have a week or two of cloudy weather, like now, we have no hot water.
Today I have phone calls to make and then general keeping on top of things and clearing tat and toot out.
Good to see you again cats and scout!
zombie - how did you get on in the kutchen?
we're off on holiday tomorrow, so I have the day of work to sort things out & pack <yawn> DH wants me to pick the kids up from nursery (so he can work late) & I have a HUGE list of things to do. Have made the executive decision that my (slighly minging) hair is fine for going to the supermarket, so that's one less thing I have to do this morning!
<leaves out chocolate pastries & mugs of steaming tea>
Morning all, I am up showered and dressed Yay!
--this is progress for this time of day-- --in holiday mode-- I still need to have breakfast.
My wrist is in a support strap after I had an agonizing pain in it yesterday. I have been to the doc on numerous occasions about it, they won't xray it. All they say is I should rest it, almost impossible when you are the main carer/housekeeper. This been going on since June last year!
I am going to try to rest it but someone has to look after everything. DH has a week off from tomorrow so hopefully he will help out.
<tries to ignore all the washing up in the kitchen> Maybe I will have to start using paper plates
bessie hope you have a lovely holiday!
Adora you have my sypathies about the lack of hot water.
Such weird weather -- very glad I decided we were having an at home day of tackling the house, games & toys and CBeebies. I have been on fire this morning.
Hallo iZombie-digging the name!
we have had a disaster strike-
scoutcat went out on monday morning and dissapeared-id planned ot check in here at lunchtime but spent most day hunting locally for him in tears<he such a nervous chap and never strays far,always comes when i call and i was worried silly as he quite friendly with people>anyway i heard him jump up to open the front door at 9.30pm<never out long,never out late at night>
he came in wild eyed,tale thick and jumped at every sound
i suspect he has been shut in somewhere or tormented by kids as tuesday morning he was fearful of zoolets,evgrowl and spit at them<never done that before> by teatime he was climbing on me a lot and rub endlessly round my face like when we first got him from the rescue centre so i spent allday reasurring him and keep zoolets away from him...today he ran out after us when we went to shops and he followed up on a 20min walk howling allway,refusing to let me pick up and take home..he was panting with fear on the way back and had to keep stopa nd lay down,the zollets were sobbing and i was frightened he was gune have a heart attack
on flying front i have managed to get front room back and relocated worksurfaces in kitchen
todays ta dahs
shopping/shepherding cat home
hotspot front room
scoutcat now akip on sofa now<having had some catnip treats>
dcs are upstairs
wrecking bedrooms playing playmobil pirates and dinosaurs
good to see cats about<maybe when kids back at school we could resurrect 1oclck club?>
bessie will dig out recipe and post either later today or tomorrow
We had hot water yesterday afternoon, yay, so I had a nice hot shower, double yay. Of course it's foggy this morning and due to be overcast so I don't hold out much hope for today or tomorrow.
Zoo poor cat, would it be worth seeing the vet or is it just a case of reassuring him?
Cats do you use the support only when it's painful? Could be you need it more long term. I know it's frustrating when Drs refuse to X-ray.
My morning routine is done, I need some breakfast now. Teddy Bear is back from the vet and looking good
Will update later
Hi all, I got up cause I went to bed really early and then I woke up and DH was snoring .
Adora Yes but I think I might try to wear it more often. I have to take it off to wash up etc. DH needs to be nagged at sometimes before he helps out. I do appreciate it when he helps but I sometimes wish I didn't need to ask him.
I feel that he goes out to work so I should do most of the other stuff but it is a bit hard when you are sporting various health issues.
Zoo 1.00 club might be good but I still have DD home in the afternoons till September then she starts school.
We could give it a try.
Hope scoutcat is o.k. now.
<Waves to all the others>
I feel the need for a new thread so if you guys are o.k. with that I will start one.
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