So, how was it?

Did you have a nice Christmas?

Don’t you just hate this question? You go shopping after Christmas and after the first five “encounters” you just wish you’d stayed at home.

I mean, come on folks, get the message, if I wanted to meet up with you, I would’ve done so by now. Stop cornering me and PLEASE stop hugging me, not even in the spirit of Christmas just gone.

Do you really want an honest answer to your question?
In no particular order:

I’ve been face flat down with flu for 6 days
I failed to answer a call by an unknown number at two in the morning
It was my nephews girl friend calling for help
I managed to pick up my nephew from the cop shop without having been recognised by my sons colleagues – result 😉
I collected all the replica weapons and locked them in the cellar
I watched my Dad cry under the christmas tree
My mum returned her present from us by means of dumping it on my patio during the early hours of the night
My aunt came to visit and I wanted to throttle her for believing the cr*€$* my mum says

On a positive note:

I just love Mr CB & our kids


I am your average wife,mother,friend,employee....a bit lost in my world, a bit crazy at times but always good for a laugh - I think ;-)

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9 comments on “So, how was it?
  1. hownottokillyourparents says:

    Reason #34 why online shopping can really, really rock


    • crazybunny66 says:

      Nice one, why didn’t I think of that? 🙂


      • hownottokillyourparents says:

        Well, if you’re anything like me, that would be because your brain is fried from all the holiday sugar and you really just needed a chance to GET OUT of the house. 🙂


      • crazybunny66 says:

        That must be it, although, in all fairness maybe I ought to point out that I am most likely one of the parents you are “how not to kill” 😉 just that I happen to hate the sugar overload and festive season bullsh..


      • hownottokillyourparents says:

        lol. Hey – even parents have parents. As my dad and grandma remind me every day… good luck with the rest of your season 🙂


      • crazybunny66 says:

        Now, being mentioned in line with your dad, ok by me but your Gran??? Only joking, thanks and good luck to you with yours, too – by the way, I lOVE Ikea 😉


  2. HA! wow!
    you weren’t kidding when you bid 2012 good riddance! you still crack me up tho!


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