Blink and you miss it.

How did it get to the end of the year so quickly??

Seriously, I feel like I’ve blinked and missed it!

At the beginning of the year I certainly didn’t think I would be where I am now, this is *much* better. 😉

My boys are a year older, and so am I.

We’ve been through quite a lot this year, and we’re still going onwards and upwards.

I hope things carry on getting better cause since the split things have been getting better and better.

Hell by this time next year I will have a son in school and my baby will be starting nursery and talking.

That’s the idea anyway. I guess only time will tell with the latter, but so far it’s looking promising!

I hope that by this time next year I’ll be starting to learn how to drive.

(I know, I know, I’m 25 and I can’t drive… how bad is that?!)

I hope that we will still be living in this awesome house and that I’ll have made some friends.

I hope that I will have a new camera (Nikon D90 /drool).

I hope that Max won’t need the buggy anymore which will make life quite a bit easier.

I guess for now though I’ll just try to enjoy being where I am now, with no school to get up and out for in the mornings, and my kids being young and innocent, cause I know one day I’ll look back on this and wonder how the hell it all went by so fast.

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  1. Nat
    November 27, 2009 / 12:42 am

    The year certainly has flown by. I’m kinda glad it’s almost over, bring on 2010!

  2. November 27, 2009 / 9:06 am

    I can’t believe my baby will be one year old soon!

    For the driving: I can’t drive either, and you admitting that you don’t drive totally made my day. Thanks for the honesty. Do you get those weird stares as well when you admit to it?
    It never was a problem when we lived in the city, but it would be really useful here in the country. Useful? Oh to hell with the euphemisms, life sucks without a car here. :/
    .-= Jarla´s last blog ..“ rel=”nofollow”>Sick, Sicker, the Sickest. =-.

  3. November 27, 2009 / 10:14 pm

    The only way is up, right? 🙂

  4. November 27, 2009 / 10:17 pm

    I get those looks too!
    Also, totally get you, when I was in Dundee I didn’t need a car, everywhere was in walking distance or easily reached by a bus, or even a taxi and not too expensive.
    Here on the other hand I just want a car so I can get about and be a bit free-er! 🙂

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