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Phew a busy day for me today...

1. Decorate cakes for sons 7th birthday party - check
2. Walk Obi and have to retrieve him out of the middle of a football game and give football back :eek: - check
3. Host 16 very loud 6 year old boys at local swimming pool party - check
4. Buy and learn how to wear a Sari for friends 40th Bollywood themed party tonight - check
5. Groom and bath Obi - check
6. Check St Albans meet still on - check
7. Set Sky + to record Xfactor - check

I'm knackered....sleep will have to wait till I've eaten some scrummy indian food and had a little dance to some bangra beats!
 

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I've always wanted to wear a sari! Went to a hindu wedding many years ago, amazing. Obi is clearly taking his mummy's busy life in his stride.
 

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I am shattered just reading that list Clare ... enjoy your Indian yum yum

My day included
- Bath and groom 2 lovely cockapoos who ponged of cow poo!
- Dog walk
- Lunch
- Blog and forum :)
- Play with kids, well annoy kids mainly
- Dinner
- Dog walk
- X factor whilst on my fave forums :)

All pleasure this Saturday xxx fun fun fun in JoJo's world ...
 

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Wow! You deserve a party tonight! Have fun.

I have had a really busy day as husband was working.

My day;

Wake up at 6am by alarm (Daisy)
Try and doze on the sofa until kids wake up
10am Take Lizzie to Perform
Clean for Gran (2 hours)
1pm Collect Lizzie
Make lunch and put washing on
2pm Take Henry to football (1 hour)
3.30pm Come home drink cup of tea
Water parents plants
Walk/run with Daisy
Eat big plate of fish and chips :eek:
Sit down and watch Dr Who and then X Factor (can't move too full!)

Very grateful to Annabel my eldest who walked Daisy this morning whilst I was cleaning. :)

Last thing to do;

9pm drink wine!
 

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Aren't we busy busy bees ...Clare & Sarah .. winning so far ...

A cockapoos owners work is never done .. well I spend too much time cuddling them and checking out puppy pics ha ha ha xxx
 

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Aren't we busy busy bees ...Clare & Sarah .. winning so far ...

A cockapoos owners work is never done .. well I spend too much time cuddling them and checking out puppy pics ha ha ha xxx
Your day sounds like bliss! I am having one of those tomorrow! Lots of Cockapoo time and walking in the woods with a friend and her doggies and our children. Much nicer! :)
 

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Aaww! That is lovely. I am lucky like you and have friends with dogs and now the kids are back to school we have just started a Friday walk in the woods. So lovely! My friends pups are only 15 weeks though, Florence a JD Cockapoo and Dexter a Golden Retriever! It was very funny as the two youngsters were rolling all over eachother and Daisy was being little miss sensible! :rolleyes: I was a very proud Cockapoo Mummy though as she went off lead brilliantly and came back on every recall! :D Tomorrow is a walk with a different friend who has two lovely labs, one is the same age as Daisy so I am expecting lots of silliness! :) xx
 

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Phew, I'm exhausted reading about everyone else's busy day :D

Thought I'd add mine in....

Wake at 4.15am - worry brain turned on
Go and clear up last nights take away curry mess :eek:, clean kitchen, load dishwasher, drink cup of tea.
4.45am - back to bed, toss and turn :(
8.15am wake up:confused: (must have slept!). 30mins to shower and get beauty room ready for client.
8.45am start work - finish at 12pm (luckily hubby walked Mille :))
Talk to youngest son about his plans for the next year (huge milestone :D, long story)
1pm food shop (text from hubby, his parents have turned up and his mum is waiting to have her nails done :eek:)
2pm dash in, do mother-in-laws nails. At the same time my brother, his family & labradoodle turn up.
Chaos ensues ;):)
4pm everyone goes away, realise I haven't eaten breakfast or lunch :rolleyes: Grab a roll.
5pm Take Millie for a walk and do reconnaissance of Verulam Park in prep for Poo Fest
6.16pm Prepare tomorrow's dinner - 14 people for dinner. One of my sister-in-laws invited us round for dinner to celebrate mother-in-laws birthday(she now has now nails!!). Said yes, lovely, then a few days later asks if I would like to host instead :confused: Must have muppet written over my head :D

8pm, sitting here having a lovely cup of tea (what no wine !) and cooking sausages for dinner.

Plus overseeing 3 loads of washing & drying as eldest son has decided he'll go back to uni tonight :washing:, funny how he starts and I end up doing the rest :)

Can I go to bed yet zzzz :D
 

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Oh my goodness! Poor you, so busy and 14 for dinner tomorrow! I thought my mornings were early but 4.45am! You must be exhausted :( I hope you sleep better tonight and that your day is not too hectic tomorrow. xx
 

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Hi,
My day went like this:

5.45am Me and Kids up and dressed
6.45am Picked up my Sister in Law and drove for 2 hrs to pick up Kipper (no hardship there!!)
12.30ish arrived home- lots of oo-ing, ahh-ing and 'Cripes- what do we do now?'-ing!!
1pm-ish Hubby rings to say he's had a car accident on his way home from a work do and will need towing home.
1.10-ish SOS call from my 90 year old Grandad, He's dropped his plateful of dinner, can't clear it up, is panicking and can I go to him straightaway!

Thank goodness my family are local- I didn't know what to deal with first!

The afternoon and evening were a breeze compared to the first hour home!

Now for the first night!

Pip X
 

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Julie - your day was manic ... up at 4.15 ... you need wine tomorrow :)

Pip - You win for collecting a puppy :) ... hope hubby is ok !!! and of course Grandad too ...
 

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I think we're all a mad lot. All we want to do is play with our lovely adorable cockapoos. And what happens - all these interuptions from family and friends. Its not fair :)

Don't they know its a full time job cooing and ahing over a cockapoo :D:D

Somehow alas, I don't think it will wash.

Oh, thanks to this thread I sat down and watch Xfactor for the first time in years (went right off it when it was the Simon Cowel show) and really enjoyed it. Thanks all. Feel most chilled, bit of supper and a GOW (Glass of Wine) :D :D :D
 

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Hi,
My day went like this:

5.45am Me and Kids up and dressed
6.45am Picked up my Sister in Law and drove for 2 hrs to pick up Kipper (no hardship there!!)
12.30ish arrived home- lots of oo-ing, ahh-ing and 'Cripes- what do we do now?'-ing!!
1pm-ish Hubby rings to say he's had a car accident on his way home from a work do and will need towing home.
1.10-ish SOS call from my 90 year old Grandad, He's dropped his plateful of dinner, can't clear it up, is panicking and can I go to him straightaway!

Thank goodness my family are local- I didn't know what to deal with first!

The afternoon and evening were a breeze compared to the first hour home!

Now for the first night!

Pip X
Wow! That was hectic! Hope your first night goes well and that your husband was ok.

I think we're all a mad lot. All we want to do is play with our lovely adorable cockapoos. And what happens - all these interuptions from family and friends. Its not fair :)

Don't they know its a full time job cooing and ahing over a cockapoo :D:D

Somehow alas, I don't think it will wash.

Oh, thanks to this thread I sat down and watch Xfactor for the first time in years (went right off it when it was the Simon Cowel show) and really enjoyed it. Thanks all. Feel most chilled, bit of supper and a GOW (Glass of Wine) :D :D :D
There are definitely too many interruptions! :)

Glad you enjoyed the X Factor and your well deserved glass of wine. xx
 
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