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Posted: 29/07/2012 at 22:54

My boys are 20 and 22 its a very different parenting by this time. I say we should have been warned about this stage not sleepless nights with teething and potty training! They dont need you unless they have a problem or need money!! They think they are all grown up but we know different and they treat you as if youve always been "old" and have never had a life. Our 20yr old is all loved up at the moment its pathetic and cute at the same time. Dont you just love them..

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Posted: 29/07/2012 at 22:32

That has made me laugh I couldnt agree more. Im going to love being a granny one day in about ten years time that will do me

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Posted: 29/07/2012 at 22:28
jo4eyes wrote (see)

Oh Jeeny, what a night. At least all safe. They are still our babies no matter their ages. J.

Jo I just looked back the posts I put in a thank you and its not there Thanks Jo I do agree always our babies

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Posted: 29/07/2012 at 22:23

I think in us all we have an inner strenghth to get through the tough times.

You certainly have an interesting CV but I do appreciate the childcare costs. Have you not thought of doing childcare yourself?  We were trying to persuade my tough builder to trade brother to go into childcare what a laugh that would have been he just wasnt keen somehow

Something is eating my lavender

Posted: 29/07/2012 at 22:09

My mum and dad love their life. I am a home bird but even I would be tempted with their lifestyle. My dad has started another project today with raising the roof of his piggery to have a shed he can walk into. They've been there 7yrs now and are fluent in French just amazing. Luckily mum isnt bothered with the snakes unlike me!! your probably right they will be grass snakes. They tell me of something that is rat like but much much bigger I cant remember what they called it.

How long have you been out there

Jenny

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Posted: 29/07/2012 at 21:52

Thanks Becks,

Wow Becks that was tough you come across as being a happy positive person thankfully with Jess in your life. What do you plan to do when Jess goes to school? Horticulture?

Kate I'll try those burgers thanks

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Posted: 29/07/2012 at 21:38

Sorry to hear that Geoff its a long day at work when your not happy.

My life is!! Monarch of the Glen I work with a daft game keeper too. We have red deer on the estate. I always appreciate where I live and work. We moved to the Glen 20years ago and while I was out one day the previous housekeeper called in and asked my OH if I would call her, I phoned that night and two years later I took over as the housekeeper myself. I work for a lovely family who are based in London this house is their holiday home! I do appreciate that I love my job I think it would be a miserable existence not to.

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Posted: 29/07/2012 at 21:21

Kate,  what seasoning do you use I must say I much prefer homemade as you know whats in them that would have been horrible to find bits of bones.

The world is so small now with skype, email and mobile phones we should be alright but this is a young man we're talking about hes warned me now he wont be good at keeping in touch. I might say if on the 25th of every month he has to make the effort, well I can hope

Neighbour watered the lawn?? you have some neighbours down there!!!

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Posted: 29/07/2012 at 21:06
Im naturally nosey or genuinely interested in people Id like to know what we all do Ill go first Im the housekeeper for a very large 17 bedroom house in the middle of nowhere surrounded by hills in the Highlands of Scotland I love my job Ive been there 18years and was born to do my job, is that sad. I love having house fulls of people and hearing about their lives and how much they love coming up here and relaxing. Who is next??

which plants would be best?

Posted: 29/07/2012 at 20:38

Love to see an update at some point Chellie

Jenny

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