So much for my lie in today

Discussion in 'Gutter & Fascia Cleaning' started by Smurf, Jun 8, 2014.

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  1. Smurf

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    Our 3 year old granddaughter stayed over last night. I love her to bits but I lost the bet with the wife so was awoken at 6:30 this morning with the little one at the side of my bed saying "granddad time to get up now I want my breakfast" Oh deep joy :(
    The real joy of being grandparents is when we have had enough we can give her back to her parents :D
     
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  2. Smurf

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    At least I spent some quality time with my granddaughter before going to do a large domestic gutter job today which was nice as by the time I got back home her parents had already picked the little one up.
     
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    ahh your a few years ahead of me but i couldnt cope with the youngsters any more...too much energy...still like you say if you can hand them back at the end of the day....:cool:
     
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    I honestly can't remember the last time I was up at 6:30 as seemed like the middle of the night for me :D
     
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    ahh but she sounds so sweet...:) all we get to wake us up is the stupid old dog who doesnt know what planet he is on and suddenly decides to bark for no reason at all.
     
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    That's maybe because he wants his breakfast or be let out to have a dump. :D

    Dogs have really good hearing so maybe someone is upto no good outside too.
     
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    yeh i think the problem is he wants to be let out at the same time everyday but of course come the weekend we want a lie in...

    i kept getting this vision of her tugging on your beard to wake you up...oh happy days...:D
     
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    she did :D
     
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    my grandaughter stays over once a week , but as you said smurf we can hand them back which is handy as there hard work
     
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    Suppose it's better than having the grandparents stay over night, all that stinking of.....:whistle:
     
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