Wednesday, April 18, 2012


The family wedding of the year is over and life goes on :):):)
We all had a wonderful time and all my babies looked beautiful.
And now the exhaustion sets in and the recovery time begins , I am sure it is the same for all the wedding party!
This morning Little Missy has gone out for a play date with her special needs Carers and then for lunch and I am meant to be doing lots of housework BUT my joints are saying no so who am I to argue :)
I have managed to get the laundry going (the laundry for a child with special needs does not stop for holidays :) and I have also rebooted the dishwasher so that is my 'Activity Corner' of the kitchen rock and rolling .
I intend to spend this week cleaning up the house and getting it back into shape and next week I shall start my spring cleaning.

I have also decided that cleaning, laundry and cooking will stop at 6pm so Little Missy and I can restart our quality time together.
Each evening we usually spend a little time reading and writing and doing some craft/activity work and we haven't had time in the last few weeks so it is time to regroup.
This evening I hope to do some cleaning up in the back garden and also to do some planting.Little Missy loves doing things in the garden.

I also am going to try and take Little Missy to Heath Park as often as possible so we can both exercise in the Granny Play Ground.Little Missy seems to prefer the exercise machines for the older people.

I think it is now time to get into gear and get some more cleaning and tidying done before the Little Missy gets home.
Enjoy your Wednesday :)


Dori said...

Hi - it is nice to read updates for you - hope you're doing well! Hard to believe how our kids are growing up - think we found each other's blogs back in 06 or 07? :)


We are doing really well Dori,thanks :) You are so right, I cannot believe that time has passed so quickly .




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(A Blessing from St. Patrick)
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May the sun shine warm upon your face,

May the rains fall soft upon your fields,

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