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Lazy week

We've been having a very lazy time of it for the last few days. Well, we've been to town to I can do some of that name changing business, and we've done some washing and cooking and a little bit of tidying and stuff.... but really, not much else.

We thought about starting on 'doing up the house' and got as far as buying picture hooks in Wilkos, and bumping into Olly on B&Q and having a gossip with him rather than buy anything....

The theory IS that we wait for the wedding gift cheques to clear (which wont be until the end of the month, cursed non-checque-clearing-bank-building-socitiy) and then once we have all of that we can totter off to Ikea with cash and cards, find out how much we have on the gift cards (not all had the amounts displayed) and see if we can put the whole lot on a single card.

Yorkie reccons we are not likely to miss one card in many getting lost, but that we would miss a single card if it's the only one. I think he means it's easy to keep track of a single card therefore making sure it wont get lost, because the idea of losing one card with all the wedding presents on scares me to death!

Other than that we have been spending the week killing mosters and assorted bad guys on Guild Wars - which is something we haven't done for MONTHS because with sorting the wedding out we never seemed to have the time for much else, and a lot of stuff had to go on hold. And now we can have it back! Woot!

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