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TGI Friday

Got another stroppy note off Glenn ths morning - put me in a foul mood all day which was not improved by the buildng of a nasty thunderstorm (they always give me head aches), and mental people filling the supermarket and running me over with the trollies!

Mark got back late on Wednesday though, I've not had chance to have a natter with him yet, but Gemma said he's had a great time. She obviusly wants some time for the two of them togther alone, so we wont be seeing them this weekend, althiough we did get invited to the Cirus with them (Moscow state is in town), but due to a sevear lack of funds, and Yorkie still not a happy bunny, we can't go (BOO!)

Bought mum some more Euro's for her birthday tomorrow, still wish I was seeing her tomorrow instead of messing about with the step family all day sunday. It seems that Antoni's psycho-activist girlfriend is going to be there too, and I really don't want to be drawn into any "why muslims and great and jews are bad" arguments, which she apparently enjoys. Need to get Yorkie to come with me, but I don't really hold out much hope :0(

I feel sick too

Gonna slope off and do very little

*blugh*

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