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Peeky Baby

Alicia wakes up very hot indeed this morning - we're a little bit peeky... and the day continues along this grain - apart from the fact we're getting ever more successful on the potty training front. 5 wee-wees (or is that oui-oui's) on the trot on the potty and only a little accident.

The forecast on www.meteofrance.com is awful - rain and storms from after lunch to through the night - which puts the kybosh on the trip to the Feria in Nimes - I've never been before - I don't 'do' the bull thing, but I fancy going to have a wander around - see the Argentinian Tango demonstrations and the horses... and have a drink with some music. Anyway the storms never arrive and we don't go to the Feria - maybe tomorrow.

I manage to get the Gite Book / Manual finished for a friend... and the ever growing pile of tourist leaflets sorted... we also mend the DVD player in this house (if you are confused we are staying in a friend's house at the moment) and manage to get the pool alarm to work too (more testing required.) I go over some figures for FHS too.... and sort out the picking up of some of my old furniture.

Missy buys us pizza for dinner... miam... and then Alicia throws up... poorly person.

Hey - it's just starting to spit outside... it's 2150hrs!

Nighty night,

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