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November 1st, 2010 at 09:14 am

Wow, November already. Seems like only last week that it was January. How time flies.

November is already a spendy month, and it's only the first day! We have atleast $500 in out-of-the-ordinary expenses to go out, plus DF's 30th Birthday party food expenses (hoping for it to be under $60 including the cake materials).

Work is heating up for DF in the run up to Christmas (and then will die in January-February again). I think DF will be expecting us to be able to do some more house renovations in the slow months - but I am going to have to remind him that funds aren't what they were this time last year, not to mention an uncertain work schedule - which will mean that hopefully he will focus solely on PAINTING and landscaping, two things that are relatively cheap and take up heaps of time (and is something I'm not really that excited to do, personally. This is where I pipe up and whine about how I do the 'inside' chores and he does the 'outside' chores) Big Grin We already have the paint, too. And there are other things that need fixing that he can do without having to spend money. I might write him a To-Do list Smile

I start uni in two weeks from today! How scary! And to further freak myself out, I discovered you can view past tests online, so I checked out the one for my first subject. Kind of wishing I didn't, as it looks like complete gobbledeegook. Here's hoping by the end of it I know what it means...

2 Responses to “november”

  1. Jane Says:

    Don't worry, by the time the exam rolls around it will seem like common sense to you!

  2. frugaltexan75 Says:

    I agree with Jane. You'll do just fine by the time the exam rolls around. Smile

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