This morning we went to A&E at North Manchester where they decided it would be easier for them to start again, which meant another x-ray for Thomas.
There was no query about the diagnosis of a broken bone, but I think a little bit of North v. South competitiveness regarding the bandage took over. I'm trying not to be biased but I think the North won! We have to go back to the fracture clinic on Thursday at 8.40am - the first day back at school for Thomas. The Headteacher will be having palpitations about his attendance marks being down on the first day but personally, I feel our support for the local A&E is equally important :)
Tonight the boys are staying home while me and Amy take a girlie trip to the cinema to see Paper Towns. I have no idea what it's about and although Amy has the book she's only read the first couple of chapters. I like going to the cinema with Amy because she watches the film, doesn't talk, can open her own sweets and is able to take herself to the toilet.
When we went to see Pixels Thomas wanted a packet of maltesers and I found myself paying £3.15 for them, so this time I've bought supplies in advance.
I'm de-cluttering the house again. I'm sure I only did it a few weeks ago, but so far I've filled 3 black bags with rubbish and I have a black bag full of clothes for the charity shop along with several books and a picture Amy doesn't want any more.
The problem is the shop isn't open until Wednesday so although I'm clearing out, I've got piles of stuff everywhere which is driving me nuts.
I'm love some professional to tell me why if my house is cluttered my mind feels cluttered and I can't function properly.