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2nd Wedding Anniversary

It was out 2nd anniversary yesterday, making it 8 years since me and Yorkie met!

And I had to work. A full day. Didn't get home till 6.30, dirty, smelly, and tired out. I swear that back in January I asked for today, and my birthday, off work as holidays. Diane signed my holiday sheets.... and yet there is no holiday down on the system. I guess I should have checked after my May holiday was booked for March! But hay-ho, can't do anything about it now! And I wont be working on my birthday anyway since it's mid week this year.

On top of that, I haven't been paid yet so I couldn't exactly splash the cash when it came to buying a prezzie for my wonderful husband either. He got beer and a couple of DVDs. Rubbish. I'll do something nice for him when I do get paid.

But dispite all that Yorkie managed to make it a lovely evening. He bought me Thorntons chocs (YUMMY!) and some DVDs hat I have been wanting for ages (much better than the "I think he'll like these!" that I bought him) and paid for an Indian take-away (which I know is his least fave, but I love). After putting Jack to bed we snuggled up on the settee and watched a film (one of his, and he DID like it! Yay!) and then poddled off up to bed.

Nice evening :0)

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