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So, rather than wallow, I am making some plans and I am going to call them my Autumn Manifesto:
Use my Philips goLITE daily for up to 45 minutes
Take the boys to the park after school and try and get some fresh air every day
Make a list of three things I am grateful for at the end of each day
Make some comfort food (stews, dumplings, crumbles and soups)
I took the boys to school this morning, which calls for a celebration in itself. But I was shocked to hear the amount of parents bemoaning the holidays and saying “roll on September”, even more so as there children could hear them say this. I appreicate not everyonbe enjoys the holiday time as much as I do, but really why would you be so misaerable to spend time with your children. I judt don’t understand why people would have children if they didnt like spending time with them.