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Mini Mana Wahine making her own dinner.








Winter is coming.
I made them move one apple bin of wood to the other side of the shed. They moaned their asses off, so I made them move the bark that was at the bottom of the apple bin into the blue bins provided. They moaned again, so they'll be weeding on the weekend.






Pak n Save now have online shopping for our area. It's the best thing ever.
I was pretty excited about my first Click & Collect today that I got there and hour early just to watch the dude put our shopping into the lockers. I'm going to shop like this now .. I'm all about making better financial decisions right now and the supermarkets is where I get lost and spend more than I should. Example ... Cadbury Cream Egg chocolate bar 2 for $3.50. Why I needed ten blocks for that price? Because it tastes good. Shopping online takes my eyes away from the stuff I want so I can focus on what I need.
Kia ora Pak n Save.


Saving the best for last ..
Shaily surprised us and came home from Australia today.
She belongs here with us being country bumpkins ... besides Ness and Coral can't drive yet and we missed her Uber services to town for chocolate and Pepsi Max at 9pm at night.

Error .. the best was the secret feijoa spot opening for the season.
Paulette, tonight we bowl preserve.

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