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30 Jul 2008 18:41 #23168

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You are perfectly sane, Hanne-Grete! Could have something to do with that lovely Norwegian air. Years ago I lived in Hamburg, right in the centre of that very large city. I earned a little extra money by working during my holidays for a Norwegians company. Part of the job were regular trips to your beautiful country. I'll never forget how different the air smelt and felt.

By the way: I have never met an unfriendly Norwegian. I could easily move to your country and live happily ever after. :)

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29 Jul 2008 07:34 #23053

Justin and Lorchen, the two of you really need to buy one of those steemirons!! :lol: It has changed my ironinglife forever :lol: :lol: :o

Hey..Justin..my workning life to crazy too right now, but I take my time to play too. I really belive in the fact that when you put something playful into your life its easier to get to the hard work, and will help you keep sane at the same time.......or I think so...am I insane??? :o :wink: :lol: :shock:

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28 Jul 2008 21:59 #23040

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Hey Lorchen,

Trust me, I will find some time hopefully to play a bit. However, work is insane right now and my parents taught me work before play. So, I work...lol

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22 Jul 2008 10:00 #22649

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MMmmmhhhh...... So there is the possibility of squashing all my laundry in a big suitcase, fly to the US, get you to iron it all, and then return with the best looking clothes ever seen in the UK.

Seriously though, I actually have to go and buy a new iron some time this week. Mine was a wedding present in 1977. The iron lasted longer than the marriage. But right now I can set a temperature, and it's hit and miss how hot the iron is actually getting. It's time to retire it. :)

Justin, I found myself unexpectedly divorced with two young sons and no financial support from my ex-husband. I had to earn enough to support the three of us, and everybody had to 'muck in'. My sons learned very young to do their own laundry, iron their shirts, and cook whenever necessary. Their girlfriends have always been very impressed that the guys were able to look after themselves.

I've just read that you and Ricky are going to be very busy in the next weeks. Just make sure that you find enough time to 'play'. Too much work is bad for your health!

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22 Jul 2008 08:49 #22643

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Ok, it's a date. I actually don't mind ironing as long as I don't have a whole pile to iron. When I graduated from University, I had to iron my work clothes because I couldn't afford to take them to the "cleaners". Unfortunately, that was how I spent my Sunday afternoons, ironing a week's worth of clothes. NOW that I didn't like!
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Episode 213 21 Jul 2008 19:39 #22602

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I'm waaaay behind with watching the shows (must have something to do with my job and the lack of time). So I've only just got around to watch Episode 213, and all I can say: 'Justin, you can do my ironing any time!' (giggle......)

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