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Did another "work from home" day today. Only to fiond out that eBay seems to be playing up in general, not just works computer messing about. GREAT! But I listed everything on the web site instead, so at least that's getting bigger and better.

Other than that there's not much doing. We have NO money! Acutally, we have almost £1500 in thebank, but it's in cheques and wont clear until this time NEXT WEEK! So we've got to live off a bag of spuds, 3 onions, two leeks and two carrots until I get paid on friday! Guess we'll be having a lot of leek and tatty soup!

That said, with a bit of luck the last of Yorkie's JOb Seekers payment MIGHT arrive tomorrow, which means we will be able to eat. If not.......

I guess I might have to take up one of the very generous offers of a loan from our many good friends - who find out who cares when you're really stuck don't you.. Thanks guys, All of you. You're great! I LOVE MY MATES!

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