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Holidays and illness

Discussion in 'Personal' started by lardylegs, Dec 30, 2010.

  1. lardylegs

    lardylegs Occasional commenter

    sympathies. I went off sick and missed the end of term and suffered for the next week. I know that when I get back (having missed all the DVD time to set up for the new term) I will be faced with sickness form shoved in my face along with "Did you see a doctor?"
    The first week of the hols were a write off and now I feel a bit better, there is hardly any time left before I have to go back and stand in front of the grots again!

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