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I SKIPPED yesterday’s blog post. I did write one. It was about how I was determined not to be beaten by the day. It may have been late, but...


I SKIPPED yesterday’s blog post. I did write one. It was about how I was determined not to be beaten by the day. It may have been late, but it was before midnight and I was feeling rather chuffed. The washing was out and another load in. The ironing was done. Dinner – not cooked by me, but cleaned up by me – was done. I’d worked my full eight hours, even managed to duck into an op shop at lunch time. I’d made my necessary phone calls and sent the necessary emails. Work? Check. Family? Check. Girl Guides? Check. Then I wrote my post, went to upload the picture and, pfft, Blogger failed me. Damn it.

Some days it’s all I can do get up, stumble to work, feed the family, put out the rubbish and fall into bed (I am sure you can read the usual family routine of washing, sweeping, fluffing, picking up, wiping down, picking up again, pegging out, paying this, driving here and there - and the rest - into that). Yesterday though, I was on top. I was winning – at least until the final hurdle. Oh well, today is another day and the starter’s gun has already fired.

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4 comments

  1. you're still completely ace at everything you do, it's the technology that's flawed!!

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  2. ...and you are so out of the starting blocks sprinting off into the middle distance...

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  3. such a super woman u are - don't know how u do it. i seem to be letting my blog slide at the mo - its the first thing to go sadly. really hate it when blogger lets me down when i do make the effort

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  4. Oh, I can read the "usual family routine" into that. There is just so much to do in one day, even though you've just done the same household chore-things the day before. I believe we are both pretty organised people but some days, I just wish there were more hours. x

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