Saturday, 13 July 2013

He's Back!

Back from camp....
No words necessary!

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  1. Ha ha! Yep. There are no words are there? See you on the other side :-) Mel x

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    1. If I make it to the other side!

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  2. LOL...
    Now your house looks like mine!
    My 8 year old can trash a flat in 3.9 seconds!
    I agree with Coal Valley View... See you on the other side :)
    Tammy

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    1. You can obviously smell them!

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  4. Ha! It's just like when my boys were in the services - first thing they did when they got home was to head for the washing machine!

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    1. He didn't actually head for the washing machine, more in the direction of the chocolate cake I'd made him! The heaving of the rucksack towards the laundry room was me!

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  5. And just in time for the Ashes!

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    1. Boy don't I know it! A day of cricket in Middlesex with regular radio updates then home to watch the match on TV - not me of course, my head's in a book!

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  6. Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. Looks like you've got your work cut out there. I bet he only wore half of it too.

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    1. Thanks for coming over to my blog, the towel & flannel don't look like they've been used, but all the socks look like they've had a mud bath!

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  7. Ah the old pile of washing for mum! I've been the provider of that myself once or twice!

    Victoria x
    FlorenceandMary.com

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  8. But you wouldn't have it any other way... would you...??

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  9. If the amount of clothes equals what it was like then I bet he had a wonderful time!
    Thank goodness the weather is sunny and it can all get dry.
    Lisa x

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  10. I'd a thought of a few words - but I couldn't publish them here!
    Rose H
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  11. I don't miss that part of the children at all!
    Sarah x

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  12. Your picture has me smiling and don't actually know why. Maybe it's nostalgia - it is a little nice to be needed. And to have them safely home.

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  13. Right location, not quite the right action. I tell my kids, "the clothes go IN the washer" and "the dishes go IN the dishwasher." But it doesn't do me too much good!

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  14. Oh no, hope you have nice sunny weather for that lot. My youngest is about to leave for camp on Monday, so I'll soon be washing a pile like that. Why is it, even the clothes they don't wear still stink and need a wash?

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