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Gutted :O(

So no more world cup for us then...

*sniff*

And what a way to go too... penalties with Beckham, Owen AND Rooney out of the game. Sad. Very very sad.

Other than that the weekends been good. I went for lunch with Jen and Lelly on Friday afternoon - followed by a trip to the park with Adam to play on the swings, and then round to Frans for the evening for a girly night. Sarah, Jill and Tara were there too, and poor Simon had been banished to the bedroom, but couldn't resist coming down to join us after a bit. On Saturday the boys congrated at Ray and Sarahs house, and the girls at Jill and Garys house (with baby Morgan) and watched the football separatly (who knows why). Fran started off with the boys but got board and came over to us.

It's boiling hot here though, over 30 degrees, and we're baking! Jen's Adam seems to be taking it in his stride now with his paddling pool and stuff, but poor Morgan is suffering for the heat. And other than dress him lightly, keep him well hydrated and cool as possible by a fan there's not much can be done for him.

Mum came over to see me yesterday too to go through some more wedding stuff with me and generally get out and about for a bit. It's not often she's had a sunday off work, and John's working long shifts on a sunday at the moment so she was a bit lonely and fed up. And I love mum coming over!

I'm feeling a little lonely myself today now though. Yorkie had Fri and Sat off work, but I've hardly seen him. I've spent the last 3 days with loads of people and seen just about everyone (Including Mark & Gemma fleetingly as they get ready to go on holiday, and even Roger from Gaia!) and now I'm sat here alone with just the cat and Big Brother to keep me company...

Maybe I'll get some work done today though! Hee hee hee!

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Rainypete said…
I don't what's harder to deal with, the PK thrashing we took ro the fact that I had to wade out through piles of drunken, flag waving Italians in my neigborhood last night to get to the shops.

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