Feeling the Bite of Xmas

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   Posted 12/24/2006 4:03 AM (GMT -6)   
Well, today I have a had a 'stressy' one..
I have my wonderful daughter and 4yr old grandaughter to stay over christmas - which is excellent and am loving it..but...sheesh when you have got used to living just like ma and pa kettle so to speak and suddenly you are invaded..it takes a little adjusting lol..Went to the supermarket this morning..oh my goodness I am sooo glad we went early in the morning..frantic shoppers everywhere..aaargh...have spent most of today in the kitchen..tired...took my daughter for a driving lesson..aaargh..lol...and then my stepson who lives with us comes home tonight and says he is now spending xmas lunch with his girlfriends parents...oh well..that was kind of the last straw really..
moan, moan, maon..and I should be counting my blessings I know..guess I just needed to vent..does anyone else have to let off steam? lol

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   Posted 12/24/2006 6:19 AM (GMT -6)   
UGH I can't stand the frantic shoppers!!!! Hopefully you're having a good day Maree and happy holidays... hehe...

I have some steam.. .panicked in the mall today.. frantic shoppers everywhere... couldn't take it...had a panic attack that was awful...

but I haven't been to a mall in 8 months so I was excited to actually achieve that goal.

I hope you get rid of your stress by tomorrow and that everything goes well !!! *HUGS*

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   Posted 12/24/2006 9:26 AM (GMT -6)   
hi maree, its really ok to vent here, thats what were here for ;) no guilt! I hate frantic shoppers too, and i have to go out today :( not looking forward to it. I hope your day gets better and all goes well, happy holidays, hang in there!
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   Posted 12/24/2006 1:37 PM (GMT -6)   
Maree VENT away
I too am not into lots of frantic rude shoppers nor do I like PLANS changed at last moment
I was told a brother and sil and 3 kids would not be coming to family Christmas at sis's ( I did not go ) anyways I come to find out LATE last night they are
What the Hades am I supposed to do now
Had not gotten their presents yet as I figured we would go see them after the New Year .yes Arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Thanks I needed that lol
And yesterday I made Turkey all the trimmings and more get to grandmas house and what happens her b/f starts feeding and forcing 2 girls to eat tons of stufff like celery and cheeses chips you name it
Come supper NOPE they hardly ate anything I was so p****ed off
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   Posted 12/25/2006 2:30 AM (GMT -6)   
Well..I had a fantastic day...don't know what the heck I was growling about...thanx to everyone for the support xoxox
Merry Christmas from summer in New Zealand and loves to you all..
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