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Well, it's been a busy few months, but I reccon I'm back on track now - I've even started posting on my gamesites200 forum again. Oh year, Alzir is back with a vengence (Litteraly, she's out to get her murdering ex-husband! Even got some of the Mods in on this thread!)

So it looks like I might get time to start using this thing again too - in between forum posts you understand! lol

Work's going great now, we had a few problems thanks to hackers last month (bastards!) but we're up and running again. Even got myself an assistant now, our mate Marks GF Gemma. She's a really fun lass too so it's going to be GREAT! If she can get up in the morning - not like when she slept in and almost missed the interview last monday - DOH! AND we have a web site - we're not just on eBay any more, we now have www.**************.co.uk too! WHOOO HOO!

I got my car - and appart from having NO shockers, it's great!

I'm even going to Weight Watchers and I've lost over two stone since the end of Jan! Oh, I'm a sexy slinky thing now you know!

Yorkie moved in with me officailay in Jan (only because he got chucked out of his own pl;ace like, but we've never been the most romantic couple in the world!) and we haven't killed each other yet - so that's going great too. He's even thinking about joining my RP as a half giant (or half something nasty and big, he's not desided yet).

And all of our lodgers have finally moved out - not that I don't miss havng them round, but it's SO good to get the house back to just us again! And anyway, it seems they might all be living close by soon. Coops and Lelly are looking to get a place just a couple of streets away, and hopefully Mark and Gemma might do the same. I've not seem much of Jen since she moved - but as niether me or Yorkie (especially me) can stand her new feller, it's probably no real suprise.

Stragnley enough, I haven't seen anythng of Shaun G or Joe - I bump into Johnny at the Dark Place now ad then, but hey.... who cares, really? lol

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