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FF was right....

Hats off to Fertility Friend!

Dear old Aunt Flo turned up today after all!

Now I am faced with a dilemma about WHEN to sign up for the FF VIP account.... I don't NEED it.... but I do so love the extra features like the Pregnancy Monitor.

I'm itching to get it but I don't really want to fork out for a years worth. 3 months would be lovely if I could be sure I'd catch in that time. If I don't and I pay for another 3 months I've spent more than I need to. More than a years worth.... So I thought about leaving it for a couple of months. But it's on special offer right now.


What to do!?

I pay for the blooming thing, that's what!


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Recipe: Pigsty Pie

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