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Our last minute Christmas shopping took place in Chester with one of Stuart’s friends and his mum, luckily Stuart was able to catch up with another of his friends in his lunch break and I was also able to catch up with one of my best friends while we were there šŸ™‚ As a result I was very happy, I also met his other half who is lovely and gorgeous! During our wander round Chester, while Stuart and co were buying presents for me, we had a good chat and I’m very proud that he’s pulled himself together and is finally happy because he deserves to be.

In the run up to Christmas we were entirely neutral and come Christmas day there was no change despite a nice night out on Christmas eve with our friends. We didn’t get to bed ’til about 3am if not later and had to be at Stuart’s parents for 7am so we were both shattered which didn’t help and I was missing my Dad more than usual this Christmas, although I have no idea why. Christmas day was, of course, followed by Boxing day which Stuart, his brother and I spent firstly shopping in Cheshire Oaks and then at his Nan’s, despite her being on holiday! We got to play on the wii with his cousins and also playing monopoly with one of the kids, she’s only 8 so hadn’t quite got the hang of business, despite that fact she did actually beat us!

This leads us to today which has been fabulous! We went to the 1st birthday of our friend’s child and it was great, he is such a little charmer and so beautiful. It was good to catch up with his parents too because we hadn’t seen them since their wedding over a year ago and therefore had only seen baby Ethan as a bump! On the return home Stuart picked up two of his friends to play on Rock Band, which he got for Christmas along with Guitar Hero Metallica and Beatles Rock Band, and they have now been happily occupied for a good 5 hours “rocking out”! Sadly they have made me promise not to put videos of them up, but it has been very amusing! All in all a fantastic day! šŸ˜€


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Missing Him

On Saturday I went to a small Wedding Fayre with my Mother-in-Law (to be!) and had a look around. We had a good afternoon together being girly and we even got a glass of Bucks Fizz out of it (well, she did! I’m still T-total!)! Sadly there was no pretty dresses there because it was small but it was nice to go to one and get an idea of local photographers and we have some ideas for centrepieces now too! šŸ™‚ Hopefully we’ll get to go to lots more over the next 2 and a half years!

On Monday I went dress shopping with a friend who absolutely hates shopping! It was…an experience! Sadly it ended in raised voices and no dress, although she did get a lovely coat! I’m thinking that I need to learn something from the experience but I’m struggling at the moment, I can’t think of any way at all to make it easier or more enjoyable for her. It made me feel pretty sucky as a friend šŸ˜¦

Wednesday Cheryl (the Mother-in-law) and I went to see Love Happens at the cinema. It was a good girly evening watching a good girly film, followed by pizza with smoothies and cheesecake šŸ™‚ good times!

I watched Nick Griffin on Question Time last night, with an open mind I hasten to add. It is worth noting that I am Tory, as is Stuart, and a big believer in family values, kinda fits in with the 1950’s/ M/s lifestyle too! Anyway, back to QT! I thought it was a disgrace, the entire show was used to hurl abuse at Mr Griffin. There was no debate of his policies orĀ political ideals it was an outright attack on him as a person. It would not surprise me if the BNP got more votes in the next election following it and there would be no one to blame but the BBC for treating him so badly and making people feel sorry for him. I found it shocking that one of the women said that she didn’t agree with homosexuality or gay marriage but everyone’s blind hatred for Nick Griffin meant that that was totally overlooked. In my opinion Jack Straw came out of it the worst because he was so vile andĀ unprofessional in his discussion with Mr Griffin, and David Dimbleby disgusted me too as he obviously let his personal views affect what should have been his neutral status.Ā Ā Having said that, since watching him I have had a look at the BNP’s policies and agree with a fair few of them. I totally understand that the website will publish toned down views but they are policies that make sense and the main parties could do with adopting some of them. Giving Britain back to the British is something that is long overdue after Labour and the PC police have been giving it away for so long. Their education policiesĀ Ā are also mostly excellent, especially allowing competitive sports and sports days again. Essentially it seems that they want to reverse political correctness and that is something that I am all for.
Note: I am not racist, nor am I homophobic (that would be hard when I’m bisexual!)

At the moment, possibly due to hormones, I am missing Stuart so much it’s untrue šŸ˜¦ I miss having Him home, cuddling Him, doing His washing, cooking for Him and being able to be submissive and myself.Ā ApparentlyĀ 3 months is a lot longer than you would think, still another month to go. I can’t wait ’til He’s back home and we can be sickeningly happy again! On the plus side it’s made us both even surer about our choices for the future because it has proved that we want to be with each other as much as possible and that we are strong enough to be apart, and therefore are strong as a couple. Sadly all that does not bring Him any closer to being home at the moment šŸ˜¦
Due to the fact we miss each other so much, and the state of the country, we are still looking into moving, although now I have agreed to look at Mexico because that’s where He’s based at the moment, and it looks like it might be for theĀ foreseeableĀ future too. We shall see what happens but it’s looking more and more likely that we will be abroad next year sometime.
In conclusion, I’m weepy and lonely!

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