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New plan...time to see some movement!

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Debt Free Diaries
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  • jwiljwil Forumite
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    Shame about the VW festival but I am sure you will have a goos weekend anyone.

    Thank you :)

    DH did do some clearing yesterday :T Some stuff shifted and a little bit of space cleared :T I've got a load of listings to do now.

    Today as we are not going to the VW show, we are going on a family trip to the cinema. It will be little miss's first time. Then I'll splash out on a takeaway tonight as we haven't had one for months.

    Have a good day everyone :)
    "If you can dream it, you can do it". Walt Disney
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    Cinema trip was good yesterday but little miss was a bit fidgety. Will probably leave it a bit before we take her again.

    DH sold a few more things yesterday so that's all posted today.

    I've caught up with surveys and redeemed a £5 amazon voucher.
    "If you can dream it, you can do it". Walt Disney
  • HairyHandofDartmoorHairyHandofDartmoor Forumite
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    I'm glad DH cleared some clutter, hopefully he'll keep it up until it's all gone :).

    Glad you had a cinema trip. How old is Little Miss?
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  • Kitten868Kitten868 Forumite
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    I'm going to take mine to Toy Story 4 but they won't behave! Its meant to be an incentive to get through term but it's not working. My youngest is nearly 4 and I still haven't taken them yet. I'm too chicken. I'm definitely not doing it alone.

    Great news on getting rid of stuff. Well done xxx
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  • jwiljwil Forumite
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    I'm glad DH cleared some clutter, hopefully he'll keep it up until it's all gone :).

    Glad you had a cinema trip. How old is Little Miss?

    Fingers crossed :T

    Little miss is 3 so still little.
    Kitten868 wrote: »
    I'm going to take mine to Toy Story 4 but they won't behave! Its meant to be an incentive to get through term but it's not working. My youngest is nearly 4 and I still haven't taken them yet. I'm too chicken. I'm definitely not doing it alone.

    Great news on getting rid of stuff. Well done xxx

    Yes, little miss will be 4 in November so the same age. It would definitely be hard doing it on your own! Hope yours start behaving. Mine would like to see Toy Story 4 too.
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  • jwiljwil Forumite
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    Having one of those days today!

    Little miss was messing around and fell out of bed this morning, smacking her face. She seems ok, but I then had to peel her off me at nursery, she was clinging to me and crying. I phoned up to see if she was ok, and they said she told them she wanted a day at home with Mummy :( I haven't heard any more though so hopefully she's ok.

    I've had a call from the trampoline club cancelling the holiday club that I'd booked little jwil on, so I've got to rearrange that now too :(

    DH got snarky with me as I arranged a sale for when I'm out at SW - it's not my stuff, he can deal with it! If he wants to sell bulky stuff he can be there to do it :mad:

    I had a bizarre dream this morning and was getting irritated with people in my dream, and it's carried on from when I woke up :rotfl: definitely got out of the wrong side of bed this morning!
    "If you can dream it, you can do it". Walt Disney
  • Kitten868Kitten868 Forumite
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    Blame the weather! Sounds like you're all not in it today. It's so hard when they want you.
    I hope the buyer turns up and it goes xxx
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  • doingitanywaydoingitanyway Forumite
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    Aww I hope little one settles down...

    Have a good evening.
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  • jwiljwil Forumite
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    Kitten868 wrote: »
    Blame the weather! Sounds like you're all not in it today. It's so hard when they want you.
    I hope the buyer turns up and it goes xxx

    Thank you :) Fingers crossed it sells later!
    Aww I hope little one settles down...

    Have a good evening.

    Thank you, she seems fine today :)
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    I forgot to mention yesterday, I had a call from the MH team cancelling my anxiety CBT course, as I'm 'not anxious enough' :mad: Well that's because they assessed me while I am on medication and it's working! What am I supposed to do, stay on it for the rest of my life? I can understand they don't have enough funding to support everyone and there are people out there much more in need than I am, but it's crazy :( So if I want any help now I need to go and pay privately. I can't afford to do that so will just have to suck it up.
    "If you can dream it, you can do it". Walt Disney
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