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Life - currently.

Four became two over the weekend. The Tyler's moved out. I still see them every day, mostly, but it was a move that needed to happen. If she had her way, she would have stayed here for forever, but we all knew that eventually she'd grow up and that happened over the weekend, by reluctant choice.

It will be good for her.
It will be good for me and Hubs. Frankly, she's been neglected because I hovered over the new mother making sure that she was ok with a newborn and often found myself disengaging from Hubs. Not alot, but enough for her to be ecstatic at the fact that they've both moved out of her territory and she gets her Mum back.

I would not wish it upon myself to have a newborn in the house again. They are boring and they are demanding. Love that little boy to bits, but we have enjoyed our last week of holidays with the absence of his dulcet tones in the early hours of the morning.

I had been sleepy since my birthday back in March.

So I started my office in the newly available room. I spent too much money on office stuff over the last few days that I'll have to wait till next week to see the Apes at the movies. I've been doing computer freebies to this community since I came back and decided I'm not doing anything for free anymore. My situation is no better than the people who bring me their computers to fix. One time it took me two weeks to fix someones laptop and she was holy-crap annoying and messaged daily about it. I didn't want to tell her that had it not had Asian porn on it, it would have been a quicker job. I can't un-see that crap.

I was a Vegan for 14 days. I added seafood to the mix making me a pescatarian. Limited that to shellfish.

Life is good.
It would be better if I won the lotto.

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Me said…
We're switching to vegetarian/ pescatarian as well :) We had a good visit with a friend from college who gave us some good ideas,

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