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Feeling deflated

Shopping went ok. Got my mum, John, Bob. Jenny and Dave sorted. I've got something for Jacs and David, Yorkie's got some of what he wanted for Tony, and I have a good idea of what to get Fay. That's a big chunk of it out of the way.

The snows gone now though. Figures, it never lasts long here. Too close to the sea maybe. But my real downer is about tonight. Debs is coming over, hopefully with Marie, for some drinks and a take away. But Andrea can't make it, neither can Jill or Fran, and I can't get hold of Sarah, so it's going to be a quiet night. Still, I'm sure we'll still have fun. I don't know Deb and Marie very well, so I guess this is the time to get to know them. I get a feeling that Yorkie's going to be off and hiding first chance he gets (Even though Debs works with him, and is technically "his friend" before she's mine), and I am more than a little nervuse. Nothing to worry about though I bet.

They'll be here in a little over 2 hours. Everything's clean and tidy, I have drinks in, and some snacks and chocs to see us through till we get the food. I was going to get a DVD or something for us to watch, but like I said, I don't know them very well, and don't know what they'd want to watch. Having said that, we do have DVDs of our own, and if we want to watch a film we can choose from them, or find on one sky. But I'm hoping that we'll just get to nattering and it wont matter. Jez, I hate planning nights in when I don't know people! Nights out aren't so bad, you just get hammered, and if conversation drys up, you suggest a new bar and move on! I think I'll start off with a music channel to start with, and see how conversation goes.

*cringe*

Why am I so nervous???

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