Scrimping and saving, ranting and raving. Past retirement age but still working, permanently knackered. Trying to manage on a reduced wage, looking forward to the next dream.
Know how that feels! I don't even want to think about the amout of times I've had to watch Teletubbies at 4am. No chance of a lie in either which is probably the same at yours. Have a good weekend. x
I was up at about 1 am, too! Snap! But that was because I was bright as a button! Why should I be like that a 1 am? Mad, or what? I'd had a busy day and I'd had a pain killer for my arthritis, so that normally sends me to sleep anyway, but no, I was wide awake. So I got up, made some Bournvita - you can't buy that in the shops in the UK now, so I send for it online at enormous expense, but we all have our little weaknesses, don't we? - and some cream crackers and marmalade, and a banana, and sat in the study and looked at a lovely book which I'd ordered and which arrived yesterday, all for 1p plus p&p (yet another interior design book from the 1990s, a bit dated in parts but good design is good design) and enjoyed an hour reading, sipping my drink and munching my cream crackers until I felt sleepy. Then went to bed and of course, overslept this morning! But why bother? The sleep police won't come for me, will they? At least I didn't have to read/watch Peppa Pig, tee-hee!Margaret P
Suzy got sleepy around 3ish so we went back to bed then. Eileen woke up at 6, they all were awake by 8:30, Suzy went down for a nap at 10, SIL picked them up at 11, by which time we'd made caked, cookies and a cloth dinosaur!
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