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the Wonder of a Variance Excel Spreadsheet

8:06 a.m. Monday 24 October.

Coffee #5, Harrap's English Dictionary, a bottle of Vitamin D and yes, that's a lava lamp.

It appears I'm going great guns here - 23,950 words into my manuscript and it's only been about 40 hours since the Gorgeous Duo left the building. I've even had time to: -iron 10 shirts for Hubby -watch the All Blacks beat France in the Rugby World Cup Final -read a 1/3 of A Visit from the Goon Squad by...

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The Trigger

Photo taken by Bunkeroo which sums up my current search for illumination in my writing

I feel like I've lived about four lives since last I posted. The Trigger to having Baby No.2 ended up being watching 'Meet the Fockers' on the last night of Bunkeroo's holiday in Normandy with her grandparents before returning to Paris and school...

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And they say babies don't come with a manual…

Ah, the '70s. That's when I, and most of my friends, were babes. We little Generation Xers had a fun time, didn't we? No seat belts in cars. Relaxed attitudes towards pregnancy & smoking. Interesting drugs being prescribed to help mums with nausea that caused birth defects. When I had Bunkeroo I unearthed my Plunket Book (see picture). I particularly love the shade of blue on this little book. Sky crossed with cerulean. It makes me think of fine china and...

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