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I'm not really slacking!

Really really I'm not. My wedding blog is getting some posts. It's 5 months today to the big day and it's taking up all my time at the moment, what with sorting out paying for the wedding rings, choosing and booking the honeymoon, having a test run with the photographer and god knows what else I seem to have very little time left over for anything else.

I am also still working the cleaning job, while studying part 2 of my degree, rebuilding the Battle Heaven and PamperDayZ web sites so that they are merged into one site which also incorperaptes the web design side of my business, getting back into my Avon locally (I've missed out catalogues 1 - 3 and all the sales that go with them, damn!), and re-designing Juvy's site so that it is using CSS (which it wasn't before and was causing me much hassle with seasonal alterations)....

I'm a wee bit shattered and my blogging has suffered as a result. Mainly because - aside from the wedding stuff which goes elsewhere - the most intresting thing that has happened to me latlety was finding one of the shower room at the dock so revoltingly covered in explosive diarrhoea (as in up the walls even) that even I in my de-sensitised state almost jacked the job in on the spot rather than clean it!

Bet you wish I HADN'T posted now, don't ya??

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