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Yesterday got better almost from the time I clicked on "publish post". Before I had even pushed my chair away from my desk my mobile was ringing. It never rings. Occasionally Dad calls me on it, but from France that tends to cost a bit, so I was a little suprised.

It wasn't dad. It was someone booking an Ann Summers party for next week! Hooray!

This gave me the kick up the backside that I needed. I had to go through my Ann Summers kit and remove the stuff from the old catalogue that has been discontinued (New nighty for me! Hooray!) and jot down all the stuff from the new catalogue that I want adding to it. Problem is though, that anything I order now wont turn up until the day AFTER the party, so I ended up having to fork out for special delivery so that I have it in time. After all, I can't hold a party with the old stock and catalogues, half the stuff that might sell will be unavailable!!! But it'll be worth it.

I did go out with the Avon books, and actually caught my only remining un-paid customer at home where she thrust the £6.00 for her order into my hand smilling broadly. And I didn't expect to catch her in until Thursday.

And I had my bath (2 hours long... bliss)

But I've had to rearrange going over to see mum - again. Because I had to get my Ann Summers stuff by courier I had to be in on Thursday to accept it. So I called mum and re-arranged going to see her, which I felt guilty about AGAIN, and told Yorkie I was staying here and that I WOULD be able to collect him from work tonght after all (so he didn't take any bus fare) and guess what turns up this morning instead..... *fume*

Still, at least I have it, and I have some extra catalogues that I can add to the hostesses party pack ready for dropping through her letter box on the way home from picking Yorkie up. I was going to give her the only one I had and take the rest round on the night, but this works out much better. Sadly it's too late now to go over to mums tonight. But I'm going over next week now instead.

I'm feeling better all in all, not brilliant, but better. I think I'm just tired today.

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