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Frothy Goodness And Problems At Home

Can you guess what it is?

Beetroot, kale, apple & ginger juice!

A power boost for a busy day...

And another job with a stunning view...

We're very tired tonight, a few days of cleaning & problems with Bebe... For a while now, her behaviour has become much more intense - flipping back & forth from severe distress & agitation (mainly about her clothes, wardrobe & her Mother's things - which she doesn't have) to crazy verbal diarrhoea, singing & dancing. The doctor has prescribed a drug to calm her down, but it hasn't worked yet & now her behaviour is spilling over at the home she goes to for day care, she is upsetting  other clients & has been telling relatives of her friends that we kidnapped her & brought her to Cornwall against her will...

At this moment & time, we are ready to ship her back to Stoke, especially if she gets kicked out of day care...

Let's hope we get a good night's sleep & see things differently tomorrow.

Kay & Sime


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