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It's Monday

It's Monday....

Spent the first two hours in the office wondering what to do for the day. Not that i dun have anything to do. I have tonnes to do... to say the least. Just not on top form. Haven't been really on top of things. Or is it plain laziness. Well.... or simply bored of the same old thing.

Anyway... had a breaktru from a partner who I have been pursuing for some time. Hope to clinch this partnership, and add to my portfolio....and hopefully make me more marketable. Hah!

Hubby's playing his stoopid playstation now.

Me.. sitting in front of the comp still wondering what I shud do. Brought some docs home to go tru .... but can't bring myself to look at them!

Oh well... here's some pics for all of you....























It was Karen's 21st last Friday...so it was a night of drinks and more drinks! We were the survivors.... everyone was "gone" including the birthday gal!

ANyway... happie birthday little girl!

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