Help for Busy Mums Easter Bulletin
It is a long long time since I sent the Busy Mums Bulletin. Now with the ever increasing number of Social Media apps around I was not sure that there was much of a market for another e-newsletter.
If you are anything like me then you probably get loads of newsletters. So for one reason and another I stopped writing them… if you want to subscribe all we need is your name and email address. And the most we will email you with our time saving tips is once a month – it will when we have something to say…. not wasting your time.
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Have a great Easter
This Months Moment
I have always been a little on the accident and scattered brain side – but this has sort of side stepped the normal muddle that I get into.
Let me set the scene. I have been attending Rock Choir since September. This Wednesday I can’t go along to my normal Choir so I went to the Christchurch Choir which I have visited several times previously. As it is the last Rock Choir meeting before Easter my normal branch decided rather randomly to have a pyjama party with hot chocolate and marsh mallows.
I sort of assumed that Christchurch would be doing the same. So (excuse the pun) I rocked up in my pyjamas. I was a little concerned as I drove into park as everyone did seem to be in normal clothes. Should I just go home I thought… no I am sure there are bound to be a few people in their PJs. I got to the door and peeped through the window. No – everyone was in their normal clothes. I took a deep breath and went in – and whispered to about the only person I recognised, the Team Leader who fell about laughing. She said “no it is just the Ringwood choir who are having the PJ party.” Great!!
Now after Charlotte, the choirmaster had managed to contain her laughter she said ” I won’t tell anyone, I don’t want to embarrass you any further.” Hardly surprising then I got a few strange looks – and also, I may be imagining this, but people furtively staring and trying to avoid standing next to me.
At half time I said to Charlotte as she burst into hysterical laughter yet again “I probably would like you to explain why I am dressed like this…I don’t really want people to think I make a habit of going out wearing my pyjamas…..”
The upside of this was I seemed to have made a lot of people’s day… including my family who I reported this incident to.