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Thursday

28

December

2006

The Neverending Story

I meant to post this yesterday, but I am SO trapped in Veronaville again…

conwytiger.jpg I did manage to finish my brothers Christmas present! Around 3.00 am or so. They turned out awesome I think. A fast and fun pattern! He still has to try them on, a little later, he was up longer than I playing Call Of Duty! Bytheway, you can click on all thumbs again!

Daddy news, the hospital wants us, or rather “forces” us to see a Social Worker, before my Dad can be released. I COULD PUKE! Dejavu times a billion, and I am so sick of people from the outside thinking they know want is best for us. Get a clue, you dont! All my life I had this, and it never stops, leave us alone, REALLY! But, I swore to myself, not to get upset before hearing what they want. So we wait.

I hope I get a chance to fix The Life Of Polly today, I want to blog there, because so much happened to poor Polly over the Christmas holidays!

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Testresult: almost as important, but the result is insane:

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5 Responses to “The Neverending Story”


  1. Reply to this comment
    Nicki
    8:23 pm on December 28th, 2006

    Hey!

    Just come back from holiday today. 🙂 Hope my parcel came.

    Awww, the socks are fantastic – I am sure he appreciates them

    Oh, no, that’s so annoying! When do they want you to see a social worker? Has he got any better at all? *hugs* That’s really awful too, as you said before, he has the same count now he’s in hospital as when he was at home. Hope it gets sorted out xx


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    Lucy UNITED STATES
    7:54 am on December 29th, 2006

    Guess it’s best to *play the game* with the social worker. I agree with you that outsiders haven’t got a clue.

    Socks look great!


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    ZhiWen NETHERLANDS
    12:55 pm on December 30th, 2006

    Sims 2 on the pc is much more entertaining than on the PS2.. I’m in the story-playing mode, which means you have to fulfill golden wants of the sim you’re playing (and his/her friends and housemates) and then you will unlock new objects, locations, recipes and clothing that way. It’s fun, but it would’ve been more fun to have extension packages and the ageing thing :S

    So it’s possible to claim “nursing money” in Austria as well? I would definitely put in a claim if I were you. Anyting else that Social Worker had to say? I hope your dad is doing better. It’s nice to have him home for new years I think? 🙂
    The socks look good!!


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    Connie AUSTRIA
    1:46 pm on December 30th, 2006

    The claim is in, and we will start getting it next month. She didnt say much else, just gave us a bunch of brochures.

    The aging is cool! There are so many hacks and downloads for the PC version, thats all the fun hacking the game! ➡


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    fruityoaty
    12:31 am on July 13th, 2007

    Oh, I wish I knew how to knit… or spare the time to learn how to knit. So many people around me are doing it…

    Those socks are really nice and colourful. Good job.

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