Sunday, 25 January 2009

moany sunday


The children and I have been to visit B's parents this afternoon, whilst B has been working. It was okay. I feel a bit odd about it - she had bought toys and books for them to play with up there, which made me feel guilty for not having more contact with them. I know it's not my issue to feel guilty about - it's just the situation, and if anything, *she* feels guilty and is trying to propitiate them with gifts. But still - I feel sad and lonely inside on Kate and Vic's behalf, somehow.

It's probably because I'm knackered. Eleanor has another cold and hasn't slept at all well the last two nights, whilst I've been on my own. I have been trying to sleep and rest as much as possible; but sometimes it's just seemed as if they are waking up alternately just to taunt me.

Gah.

Also, the rain has been blowing in to the coal cellar and all the coal is wet - so the fire is never getting up to the point where it could be described as 'roaring'. My feet are cold.

On the bright side, B is due back in an hour or so. I am going to wash the baby bottles, make up the fire and go to bed and read for a bit I think.

Tomorrow: Do you need to be a little pig to build a house out of straw?

6 comments:

  1. No, you just need some bigger pigs to help.
    And get a hot water bottle - does wonders for your feet.

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  2. No, you just need some bigger pigs to help.
    And get a hot water bottle - does wonders for your feet.

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  3. At least you are posting. I have so many less demands on my time than you do on yours and yet I ccan't seem to get around to it.

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  4. At least you are posting. I have so many less demands on my time than you do on yours and yet I ccan't seem to get around to it.

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  5. Don't even think about the toys at granny's house - we have a whole host of stuff here for the wee ones to play with when they're here. And, they only live 16 miles away, and I see them most days. It's just a 'thing' grannies Do.
    This is a shit time of year for the doldrums, and wet coal surely doesn't help?!

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  6. Don't even think about the toys at granny's house - we have a whole host of stuff here for the wee ones to play with when they're here. And, they only live 16 miles away, and I see them most days. It's just a 'thing' grannies Do.
    This is a shit time of year for the doldrums, and wet coal surely doesn't help?!

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