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    Default Good Afternoon Saturday!

    Hello!
    Well ... DD had a dance class and then wanted to go shopping .... I was forced into hobbycraft and spent a fortune on craft bits ( got some lovely hollow glass baubles for Christmas... goodness what I'll do with them though! ) and then a new orchard toys game on offer in boots, and a peppa pig Halloween book in asda! I did however resist an amazing dancing skeleton in tkmax!

    I wasn't planning on buying anything! I'm REALLY going to try NOT to buy anything else this month! (As have just had a Baker Ross order delivered too)

    Anyone have any exciting plans for the rest of the weekend?

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    Didn’t buy much the loocyloo 😄 sometimes too hard to resist.

    Mow the lawns , walk the dog , do my expenses and of course care for the elderly relative.

    Been a lovel very sunny day have a good weekend everyone.

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    Good evening everyone.

    I've had a busy couple of days, but that means I can have a totally free day tomorrow

    Our weather was gorgeous today. So sunny and warm. I spent a couple of hours in the garden this afternoon, having a tidy up and moving things around.

    Loocyloo, I went into The Works yesterday and spent way too much on craft bits, mainly Christmas stuff. I've put it all in a box on the top of my wardrobe, so when it gets to December and I've forgotten where it is, I'm relying on you lot to remind me

    Enjoy the rest of the weekend

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    Morning everyone !

    Well after a lovely sunny day yesterday its very damp and grey today. DH and I have just popped out in search of playsand and came home empty handed but did grab a quick Costa so wasn't an entirely wasted trip.
    I think the rest of the day will be spent relaxing inside with my book/sewing followed by a nice roast later.

    Just to add I may do a bit of online Christmas shopping later, I normally like to go in to the city to Christmas shop but trying to get a little bit organised
    Last edited by Pixie dust; 10-10-2021 at 10:44 AM.
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    Pixie ... I had to buy my last bag of playsand from Amazon...it was the only place that had any that I could find!

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    Oh dear, I brought two Halloween books yesterday. Ones called spinderella it’s a really nice story. The other ones a board book called Never touch a grumpy bat.

    Think I got my playsand from Argos.

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    Ooo Dragonfly, I like the sound of 'never touch a grumpy bat'!!! Excellent advice I feel!

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    Now my little bats are sleeping ( mean that in a nice way by the way) I can reply.
    It’s a lovely board book Loocyloo with hard textures on the pages ‘ never touch a grumpy bat’ I’m so glad I brought it.

    Well sort of did say I wasnt going to spend anymore money on resources. Oh, and I did buy playdough from little munchkins playdough. I make my own but brought this as a Christmas present . The playdough is soooo smelly and lovely so technically not for me.I make my own with different smells But sob, sob I did buy pumpkin play dough for me. I am weak.


    I am not going to buy any resources this side of Christmas. I’m not 😶

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Oh dear, I brought two Halloween books yesterday. Ones called spinderella it’s a really nice story. The other ones a board book called Never touch a grumpy bat.

    Think I got my playsand from Argos.
    Our Argos is out of stock and not available for home delivery.
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