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Another hot day.

Committing my brain to 3 more years of study got the better of me over the past few days. I want to do it, I don't want to do it. I have ideas to try something else out, but getting started isn't free etc. I have until the 17th of Feb to win the lotto then all my woes will be joy. It's just this week that I'm not feeling it, it could be the temperature.
Another hot day at home.
It's just too hot to go anywhere.


Took a stroll down the street to drop off a bike to Leven. Why Hubba needs to have 4 bikes is a question that remains unanswered. I gave one away and I'll probably give the trike away too because the latest addition, thanks to The Livians, is her prized possession at the moment. The 4th bike is a balance bike that she deems pointless because there are no pedals and she likes to remind me that, "This bikes an idiot". Off we went, 5 houses down dressed up like a fairy with a sacred cargo of M&Ms.





It's so hot I want to hit someone.
Where's Tyler when I need her ...

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Me said…
Lol balance bikes. Post pics of her and borris!! :)

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