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Post by Sheena Hulston on Sun Jun 19, 2011 11:56 pm

I made it out of bed first today to get Paul a nice cup of coffee ... long gone are the days of breakfast in bed.... but he was happy.
Have to rely on kids sorting him out pressies too now as thats why I had to go to town the other day and didnt make it, I was going to buy him some sunglasses, but ordering them on line tomorrow instead. I told him it was better if he chose them!!!
Some fathers day! Hes gone shopping for the stuff for a roast as well as I forgot to buy that! He will probably cook it too x x x Laughing
I love better halves HOORAY FOR THEM cheers
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Post by Tee on Mon Jun 20, 2011 6:41 am

Oh that's so sweet - bless him

We had a lay in today and a lazy morning, but did manage to go to the local pub for a very late lunch. There was a big free air show on over the beach today, so we went down after lunch, just to see the Red Arrows - well I say see - I just heard - I have discovered I cannot look straight up with the Botox in my neck - not to worry - Mr T was happy and that was the whole point of going. Smile
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Post by Sarah on Mon Jun 20, 2011 8:32 am

Good old other 'alves! Smile

Went for a meal tonight with my mum and dad. Apparently I failed by not sending him a text to say happy father's day ( too caught up in my own issues Sad), but I got him a nice card and prezzie.
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