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I’ve spent this weekend on the Swedish west coast, with a youth group and all the things associated with that (good and bad).

The weather’s been absolutely lovely and my kids are the best, but I’m glad we’re going home.

Here’s some pictures:

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I live in such a lovely country.

xoxo

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After realising (and accepting!) that my waistline will never ever ever ever go back to where it was before my kids were born, I cleaned out my wardrobe of clothes that won’t fit me anymore.

There weren’t that many items to clear out, but none the less I removed those I’ve clung on to (wishing they’d fit me again someday). Also I’m quite sure they have had some sort of sentimental value to me, though I can’t for the life of me figure out what that could be…

In addition to this I threw away a few clothes that were too old and ugly to be given away (the pretty clothes will be handed in to a second hand store). One pair of jeans got cut off into shorts, because before you know it summer’s here and you’d want to wear shorts.

We’ve had lovely weather these last few days. Sunshine and temperatures that make you believe spring is around the corner, if not here already!

I feel my soul stirring, my level of happy increasing every hour the sun is shining. I love spring!

xoxo

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Had to get up at 6 am today, because Pumpkin wouldn’t let daddy pick her up from the crib ( mum’s the best). So here we sit, in front of the telly watching a cartoon about a bee.

The twins are still sleeping and we’ll send Pirate off to school today. Princess gets to stay home, one more day to be sure she doesn’t get her fever back.
So I get an extra day to my weekend *and* quality time with my eldest daughter.

They’ve been ill this week, the twins that is, but I’m hoping it’s over for now. It’s really the first time this winter that they’ve stayed home from school.

On the other hand I’m working Friday to Saturday (mini sleepover for our youngest groups of kids, ages 6 – 9).
Work has been almost stressful of late, so much to do and even more to come. We have every weekend planned all the way to Palm Sunday and I’m working all but two. That’s how it is when you’re working at church.

Anyhow, today’s to do list includes grocery shopping, a library visit and hugging.

xoxo

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