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Sep 14, 2018 14:47:39   #
suzy-kate (a regular here)
 
Today I had Robyn, was going to take her to nursery then bake a cake for my son to take to a party (yes the chef who aught to be able to make it himself). So first my youngest was having trouble with her car, I needed to pick up Tilda from nursery with Robyn, then I find DH has taken my butter, eggs and cream to work and eaten the dark chocolate I bought for the icing, so I have to go to town to pick up more. Then GD Emily phoned to say the bus she was coming home on after her driving lesson has been cancelled so can I pick her up (in completely the opposite direction I was going in). Just when I get back with the girls from nursery my son arrives with Kai (who spent yesterday in hospital with a bug) and Dylan, our GP wants Kai to go back in can I have 8 month old Dylan. Thankfully Tilda's mum came home and held Dylan whilst the girls ate their lunch and I made the cake. Of course when she tried to take Tilda home she didn't want to go and Robyn didn't want her to either, so I ended up keeping her here. It's now nearly 8pm, Kai is better and has been sent home, all Grandchildren have been collected and I'm ready for bed and a glass of wine!!
 
Sep 14, 2018 14:50:29   #
Nanxy (a regular here)
 
You deserve it! More than one, I think i’ll Have one on your name too.
Sep 14, 2018 14:54:49   #
suzy-kate (a regular here)
 
Nanxy wrote:
You deserve it! More than one, I think i’ll Have one on your name too.


Not sure if I will be able to stay awake long enough to have two. I've told DH if he comes home with any of the Grands over the weekend, he will be looking after them.
Sep 14, 2018 14:55:54   #
knitteerli
 
You deserve it, superwoman. Hubbie deserves a smack on the head!
Sep 14, 2018 15:02:07   #
riversong200 (a regular here)
 
Oh my goodness! I'm tired just reading about the day. I'd go with two glasses of wine (and a bit of chocolate if there's any leftover.)
Sep 14, 2018 15:26:01   #
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Sep 14, 2018 15:31:52   #
hildy3 (a regular here)
 
Oh! My, yes! Definitely WINE TIME! Forget the glass..take the bottle to bed!!!😉😄🤗 loved your day tho...you are just wonderful and they know they can call you...a real blessing! What is that??? My reply followed that job post!!! How did that get on this conversation??
Sep 14, 2018 15:51:49   #
SAMkewel (a regular here)
 
suzy-kate wrote:
Today I had Robyn, was going to take her to nursery then bake a cake for my son to take to a party (yes the chef who aught to be able to make it himself). So first my youngest was having trouble with her car, I needed to pick up Tilda from nursery with Robyn, then I find DH has taken my butter, eggs and cream to work and eaten the dark chocolate I bought for the icing, so I have to go to town to pick up more. Then GD Emily phoned to say the bus she was coming home on after her driving lesson has been cancelled so can I pick her up (in completely the opposite direction I was going in). Just when I get back with the girls from nursery my son arrives with Kai (who spent yesterday in hospital with a bug) and Dylan, our GP wants Kai to go back in can I have 8 month old Dylan. Thankfully Tilda's mum came home and held Dylan whilst the girls ate their lunch and I made the cake. Of course when she tried to take Tilda home she didn't want to go and Robyn didn't want her to either, so I ended up keeping her here. It's now nearly 8pm, Kai is better and has been sent home, all Grandchildren have been collected and I'm ready for bed and a glass of wine!!
Today I had Robyn, was going to take her to nurser... (show quote)


I think I'd be ready for far more than a glass of wine.....
Sep 14, 2018 15:57:19   #
dunnville89 (a regular here)
 
Your day sounds about like most of my days. I am hoping it keeps us young and vital (or it is leading to an early demise).
Sep 14, 2018 16:07:48   #
ifangoch
 
But why did DH take the eggs, butter and cream to work?
Sep 14, 2018 16:21:11   #
pjcoldren
 
Sounds like you've earned it. Did you get any of that cake??
 
Sep 14, 2018 16:49:49   #
bundyanne07 (a regular here)
 
What a day for you!!
I think it might be time to learn to say a two letter word once in a while - - 'NO'.
Sep 14, 2018 17:42:17   #
Kay Knits
 
What a day you had. That is what I call flexibility and multitasking. You get an A+ for the day.
Sep 14, 2018 17:58:04   #
SAMkewel (a regular here)
 
bundyanne07 wrote:
What a day for you!!
I think it might be time to learn to say a two letter word once in a while - - 'NO'.


Yes, indeed. I completely agree with using that underutilized word ;~D.
Sep 14, 2018 19:24:23   #
barbarafletcher (a regular here)
 
...........and relaxxxx......
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