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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Mortgage-Free Wannabe
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  • Baileys_BabeBaileys_Babe Forumite
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    joedenise said:
    QueenJess said:
    When I do nursery pickup, I'm always annoyed by people who rip their masks off at the first opportunity, hang around in the car park chatting and ignore social distancing.  I make a big point of queuing way more than 2m away from anyone and walk a huge way around anyone.

    How the nursery has had no cases at all is a miracle.  You'd think they'd be a bit more sensitive since I am obviously pregnant, but apparently it makes no difference.
    It's exactly the same at the supermarket!  People take off their mask the moment they walk out of the shop.  I always leave mine on until I am back in the car, sanitise my hands and then take my mask off.

    Same here my mask is not removed until I am in the car. I also make sure it is fitted before I get out of the car.
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  • mark55manmark55man Forumite
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    mmmm apple puree - a real childhood memory as my mum made loads.  so much so that when the kids were babies I used to take a sneaky taste when they had a jar (in her memory and to my delectation) :naughty::cry:

    I am just having my early morning coffee with no one else around - alas no crumpets here.  National ME day I like that , except my youngest (of 4) has ME so I will think of it as ME ME ME day to avoid confusion
    I think I saw you in an ice-cream parlour/Drinking milk shakes cold & long/Smiling & waving & looking so fine
    Weight 07/02/2021:95kg - YTD: -1.5kg, Trips to tip: 02/52 - Rooms Painted: 0/4 - Mar Steps (L:Av:H): (903:1783:8372)
    Debt 01/01/2021:£107.5K -- YTD:[email protected]%:£11700 - Mortgage Neutral:£6.0K/£98K - EF:£3.0K/£10K
    Total Debt Reduction 2016:£13.4K 2017:£8.3K 2018:£20K 2019:£16K 2020:£37.5K 2021 Net YTD(31/03/21): £7K = (£107.5-(98+11.7-6-3))
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