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#1 Mamabug

Posted 06 December 2012 - 10:52 AM

Actually, I don't think I was thinking at all!!! I thought I would share my little brain-snap with you for enjoyment at my expense....

In what reality would ANYONE think it would be a good idea to sit at the computer and surf EB with:

a hot cup of tea
a bowl of plain chips

AND a 15 month old holding a leaky water bottle?????
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Needless to say the chips were apparently fun to crunch and sprinkle, the keyboard has survived the bottle sprinkling, and the tea went cold as I had to move it out of reach...and promptly forgot about it.

The saddest part is that I didn't initially notice any of this as I was too engrossed in catching up on Livsh's Bridezilla updates roll2.gif roll2.gif  

Ah well, off to boil the kettle and try again for that cuppa - thin I need it to recover from SILzilla's gall.




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