Saturday, January 03, 2009

quick 7.

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Today I am taking the girls to Spotlight in Whyalla. We will buy some continuous curtains and I want to get some patterns for aprons and some bags.

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I am sewing a dress for myself. It is a very simple pattern so hopefully when I get home from spotlight I will be able to finish it. I want to wear it to church tonight.

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We have been going to Mass on Saturday night. Steve is a part of the music ministry and sings in the choir.

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On the 26th of January Steve and I will celebrate 18 years of marriage. I am thinking about what we should do to celebrate. Maybe we will go out for tea.

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Yesterday Steve put new fly wire in our flyscreens. The window and door in our lounge/dining room has been painted and the room looks really good. Once I get the continuous curtains up, it will be finished.

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We haven't been to the pool for a while. Hopefully we will get there this weekend.

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Having teenagers and younger children is great but sometimes it seems like Steve and I never get anytime alone. Our older boys are often still up when Steve and I go to bed and the younger children are up when we get up. I am making more of an effort this year to organise date nights. Usually we just go out for a coffee or sometimes we go for a meal.

Pop over to Jen's for other quick 7.
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