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Busy weekend

Friday was a pleasant day, spent up at GKP at Rata Street. I have no responsibility up there just fun - well that's true most of the time. In the evening I had a youth training meeting, which turned out to be remarkably brief, all finished by 9 o'clock.
On Saturday David and Christopher had their hair cut, while I bought some birthday cards for Marjorie, a New Zealand Prayer book, a 2005 New Zealand calendar and a load of Christmas cards. I also bought an outfit I saw at Postie Plus, matching top, trousers and little jacket, all modestly priced and all avauilable in my size. After that we went into Wellington and had lunch at One Red Dog. We all had pizza, I had Beef bearnaise, David had Green Thai, can't remember what ian's was called! It was very tasty indeed. Then we went across the road to St Jame's Theatre to see Evita which turned out to be an excellent production. In the evening I wrote 60 Christmas cards, made a roast for tea and had a go at The Sims2.
I was up early on Sunday to make sure I had prepared everything for Kidzstuff. Then it was off to church, where Kidzstuff seemed to go quite well. After church Chris went to Liam's birthday, which involved going to Laser Force. David and Matthew bothwent round to the Moore's place after church and stayued there until after tea. Ian and I went and ordered a computer desk for the second computer because I want my table back.
It should be here in less than 2 weeks. After that I spent a bit of time on the computer and started addressing all our envelops for the Christmas cards. Then we collected the boys and went supermarket shopping, and got home just in time for them to go to bed!
So here goes on another week!

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(Anonymous)
Oct. 24th, 2004 02:22 am (UTC)
Hi Viv, just wanted to say that you may feel you have no responsibility at Rata but you keep me sane, assist the students and myself in many ways and add a pleasurable and educational value to our day. THANKS, Deb
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