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Last night of CBB (phew)

  • I know I'm sad..... I have tried SO hard not to be sucked on they the TV drivel that is Big Brother - and Celebrity Big Brother HAS to be the worst of them all! And yet, tonight is the final eviction night, and while I sit here typing, the TV is firmly on Channel 4.

  • Infact, as I type this Pete Burns has just been evicted (hee hee hee evil scum bag! He reminds me SO much of SB - only with an IQ she lacks!)

  • *sigh*

  • I have been working hard again today. A lovely lady from Avon called me back today. She's coming over to see me on Monday to sort me out selling their stuff online (yes, I know they already have a web site. Please see prev posts) so that set me off building web sites again. All I need now is confirmation from Kitten Fever and Ann Summers and I can launch my new site! And even if they say "no" I can sell the AVON stuff either on line or the old fashioned away, i.e. door to door, lol.

  • WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

  • Went to meet Debs at the Greaves again today. It was a bit more chilled out than our last coffee. The counciling seems to be doing the trick, which can only be good. Today was her 6th visit. She's dealing with working with her ex a lot better than she was. She still hates him - but she's turning it into something healthy now and I'm really proud of her for coming to terms with everything.

  • We're planning a singstar night for next week. It's her birthday on the 5th and she's going to Prauge with Marie, and as we're all skint, a good boozy singing night in sounds like a nice way to celebrate her birthday before she goes. I'm letting Yorkie escape for the night if he chooses! LOL, can't see him being dragged into it some how!

  • Mmmm..... I might see if I can bake (or buy) a nice low cal birthday cake for her as me and Maire are both WW girls. Then again, poor Debs said she needed to gain a bit of weight. Since all this hassle with her ex she's lost a lot of weight, and she's only a slim girl to start with. Maybe I'll serve hers with a gallon of cream! :0p

Comments

Kyahgirl said…
Hi charliebeth, I'm just popping in from surly girl via crash n donna's place :-)

liked what I saw.

Isn't that Burns guy disgusting? ewww.
MummaWalker said…
There's certainly SOMETHING odd about him! Lol

Thanks for popping by

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