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Lonely Weekend?


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Well, that's it. He's gone. T_T

Just to Amsterdam though, on Ray's stag do. I dropped him off at Ray's last night and went off to mums for the night.

Like I said, she's finally got all happy-happy-joy-joy about my wedding, and has managed to get some info on Towneley for me ( and the staff discount! WOOOO!) So we went though some of that last night. Today we went into town for a quick poke about, and stood stairing into wedding dress shop windows for a while. I've not quite got to the stage where I'm ready to start tryng stuff on, but I think mum was hoping I might suggest it, lol. Maybe next time!

But I'm home now, and it's just starting to sink in that I'm home-alone until late Sunday. *SOB*

Not that I have to be. All I need to do is pick up the phone, but I'm not in the mood tonight. I fancy nipping out for some food, and sitting in front of the TV for the rest of the night.

I'll do some calling around tomorrow, maybe have a shopping trip or a girly night in/out.

*sigh*

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