Monthly Archives: September 2007

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It’s the last day of September; we’ve been here before.  In fact those of you who have read this blog all the way through are probably experiencing deja vu every so often now!  We had our Open Day at the … Continue reading

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A grey day today, a bit damp around the edges.  R has gone to Tenterden book fair, taking some recycling to dispose of on the way.   I’m here listening to the radio and about to do some ironing.  The … Continue reading

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I was on my way home from work this afternoon and went into the Supermarket for a couple of things and then popped into the Ladies’ loo.  I heard a woman bring a little boy into the next cubicle.  Her … Continue reading

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Into the 200 days remaining now…. Called in to see my Mum and Dad after work.  I nearly waited for R, as he sad that he’d give me a lift, and it started raining really hard.  But then the sun … Continue reading

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Busy day today, and I have some work to do for the archaeological group tonight, so  this is only a very brief post, with nothing to report. 

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Everyone really is very kind, asking me how everything is going, but really there isn’t much that I can say at the moment.  People swoop up to me in Reception, with their faces eagerly alert for the latest news, and … Continue reading

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R’s Mum has given me a newspaper cutting about a woman who conceived using frozen embryos at the age of 58!   

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