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Posted: 24 October 2013 at 2:19pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

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Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

So what else have you been up to?  Apart from hurting your back?


It is sadding but apart from working and studying really not much. I haven't even have a holiday since for ever. Two days in a row ignoring my to dos are the best I have had in quite some time LOL Cry

I was at the festival of lights in Berlin with my best friend not that long ago. Which was fun. It is amazing what kind of effects you can create with light
Must have been great.  My to do lists take a back seat where life is concerned.  Something always crops up.  Hopefully life will settle down a little before it revs up a gear and sometimes you have to sacrifice a few things. Ouch


That is true. I actually quite enjoy my jobs and I have learned a lot there. For example I am now able to organise a complete congress by myself. And I am sure that I can use if I am trying to find a proper job Smile

But that sounds stressful. I hope it isn't that bad and only the little things which take up so much time that you don't manage to do the things you actually want to do
It's all a case of prioritising and routine.  Once you get the hang of it you're flying.  


True, true. I am at the stage where I just stop doing stuff if it gets to much to than panic about if a few days later, when I have to rush to get it done on time
How is your grand dad's health now? 

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Posted: 24 October 2013 at 2:21pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Xarina

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Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Kristin, you look after your back.   Have a look at my novel Big smile
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hira-Xarina-Akhtar-ebook/dp/B00E8I90S8


I will and I did look at it. And there stands that I could get a printed copy but I don't find where I can order one. So I was still waiting on it. But if there is not going to be one soon. I will buy it for my kindle
Kristin you could get it from the mardibooks website or direct from me.  I am going to set up a paypal account to receive payments.  So far I have got my local water stones branch to stock it.  Trying to get other book shops to stock it is not easy. Confused


Okay. So on mardibooks I just found a link to the amazon page. But if I could order direclty from you that would be great as well. Just a question do I need a paypal account for that too?
I think so.  I have been buying some beautiful bracelets from Australia and set one up to make the payments.  As long as you have a credit card.  All I need to do will be to send you an invoice.  If you pm me your email address as soon as I am set up I can let you know. 


But haven't got a credit card. I only have an EC card and I think they don't take those Ouch Well than I will buy the kindle edition. A reason to use that again Smile
Oh, that's a pain.  The hard copy is worth getting even if I do say so myself Big smile.  Or you can get it through mardibooks and I will send them a book to send to you, signed and dedicated.  I'll pay for the postage too. 


Aww I would love to have the signed and dedicated hard copy. But you don't have to pay for the postage. I can pay that myself. But if I could get without having to fly to the UK or get an credit card that would be perfectBig smile
Do you have such a thing as postal orders?  That might be a way and send it to mardibooks to send on to me? 


I am starting to think that it would be the easiest to just go and change some euros into pounds and sent those to you, because I can't find where I can register on mardibooks to even find out if I could do that. In this time it really shouldn't be so difficult to transfer money to an account in another EU country Ouch
Let me find out and see if you can do a direct bank transfer to mardibooks.  That seems the safest option. 


Yes that would be Smile thanks

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Posted: 24 October 2013 at 2:24pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Kristin, you look after your back.   Have a look at my novel Big smile
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hira-Xarina-Akhtar-ebook/dp/B00E8I90S8


I will and I did look at it. And there stands that I could get a printed copy but I don't find where I can order one. So I was still waiting on it. But if there is not going to be one soon. I will buy it for my kindle
Kristin you could get it from the mardibooks website or direct from me.  I am going to set up a paypal account to receive payments.  So far I have got my local water stones branch to stock it.  Trying to get other book shops to stock it is not easy. Confused


Okay. So on mardibooks I just found a link to the amazon page. But if I could order direclty from you that would be great as well. Just a question do I need a paypal account for that too?
I think so.  I have been buying some beautiful bracelets from Australia and set one up to make the payments.  As long as you have a credit card.  All I need to do will be to send you an invoice.  If you pm me your email address as soon as I am set up I can let you know. 


But haven't got a credit card. I only have an EC card and I think they don't take those Ouch Well than I will buy the kindle edition. A reason to use that again Smile
Oh, that's a pain.  The hard copy is worth getting even if I do say so myself Big smile.  Or you can get it through mardibooks and I will send them a book to send to you, signed and dedicated.  I'll pay for the postage too. 


Aww I would love to have the signed and dedicated hard copy. But you don't have to pay for the postage. I can pay that myself. But if I could get without having to fly to the UK or get an credit card that would be perfectBig smile
Do you have such a thing as postal orders?  That might be a way and send it to mardibooks to send on to me? 


I am starting to think that it would be the easiest to just go and change some euros into pounds and sent those to you, because I can't find where I can register on mardibooks to even find out if I could do that. In this time it really shouldn't be so difficult to transfer money to an account in another EU country Ouch
Let me find out and see if you can do a direct bank transfer to mardibooks.  That seems the safest option. 


Yes that would be Smile thanks
Ok I will find out and DM the details to you via twitter or pm you here?  Which is better. 

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Posted: 24 October 2013 at 2:25pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

So what else have you been up to?  Apart from hurting your back?


It is sadding but apart from working and studying really not much. I haven't even have a holiday since for ever. Two days in a row ignoring my to dos are the best I have had in quite some time LOL Cry

I was at the festival of lights in Berlin with my best friend not that long ago. Which was fun. It is amazing what kind of effects you can create with light
Must have been great.  My to do lists take a back seat where life is concerned.  Something always crops up.  Hopefully life will settle down a little before it revs up a gear and sometimes you have to sacrifice a few things. Ouch


That is true. I actually quite enjoy my jobs and I have learned a lot there. For example I am now able to organise a complete congress by myself. And I am sure that I can use if I am trying to find a proper job Smile

But that sounds stressful. I hope it isn't that bad and only the little things which take up so much time that you don't manage to do the things you actually want to do
It's all a case of prioritising and routine.  Once you get the hang of it you're flying.  


True, true. I am at the stage where I just stop doing stuff if it gets to much to than panic about if a few days later, when I have to rush to get it done on time
How is your grand dad's health now? 


In some aspects he is better but in others he is worse. You know with Alzheimer it is a slow decline no matter what. He has really good days but there are some really aweful once too. My grandma is also a little freaked out because there is still no order in the new flat. They have a lot less space and she didn't exactly throw much of anything away before moving so know she doesn't know where to put stuff and the chaos isn't the best for my grandpa. But hopefully it will all work out in the end. Thanks for asking Smile

How is your dad holding up?

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Posted: 24 October 2013 at 2:26pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Kristin, you look after your back.   Have a look at my novel Big smile
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hira-Xarina-Akhtar-ebook/dp/B00E8I90S8


I will and I did look at it. And there stands that I could get a printed copy but I don't find where I can order one. So I was still waiting on it. But if there is not going to be one soon. I will buy it for my kindle
Kristin you could get it from the mardibooks website or direct from me.  I am going to set up a paypal account to receive payments.  So far I have got my local water stones branch to stock it.  Trying to get other book shops to stock it is not easy. Confused


Okay. So on mardibooks I just found a link to the amazon page. But if I could order direclty from you that would be great as well. Just a question do I need a paypal account for that too?
I think so.  I have been buying some beautiful bracelets from Australia and set one up to make the payments.  As long as you have a credit card.  All I need to do will be to send you an invoice.  If you pm me your email address as soon as I am set up I can let you know. 


But haven't got a credit card. I only have an EC card and I think they don't take those Ouch Well than I will buy the kindle edition. A reason to use that again Smile
Oh, that's a pain.  The hard copy is worth getting even if I do say so myself Big smile.  Or you can get it through mardibooks and I will send them a book to send to you, signed and dedicated.  I'll pay for the postage too. 


Aww I would love to have the signed and dedicated hard copy. But you don't have to pay for the postage. I can pay that myself. But if I could get without having to fly to the UK or get an credit card that would be perfectBig smile
Do you have such a thing as postal orders?  That might be a way and send it to mardibooks to send on to me? 


I am starting to think that it would be the easiest to just go and change some euros into pounds and sent those to you, because I can't find where I can register on mardibooks to even find out if I could do that. In this time it really shouldn't be so difficult to transfer money to an account in another EU country Ouch
Let me find out and see if you can do a direct bank transfer to mardibooks.  That seems the safest option. 


Yes that would be Smile thanks
Ok I will find out and DM the details to you via twitter or pm you here?  Which is better. 


Well twitter because I get a mail about it or I could just pm you my email address so you can write it to me directly Smile
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Posted: 24 October 2013 at 2:34pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

So what else have you been up to?  Apart from hurting your back?


It is sadding but apart from working and studying really not much. I haven't even have a holiday since for ever. Two days in a row ignoring my to dos are the best I have had in quite some time LOL Cry

I was at the festival of lights in Berlin with my best friend not that long ago. Which was fun. It is amazing what kind of effects you can create with light
Must have been great.  My to do lists take a back seat where life is concerned.  Something always crops up.  Hopefully life will settle down a little before it revs up a gear and sometimes you have to sacrifice a few things. Ouch


That is true. I actually quite enjoy my jobs and I have learned a lot there. For example I am now able to organise a complete congress by myself. And I am sure that I can use if I am trying to find a proper job Smile

But that sounds stressful. I hope it isn't that bad and only the little things which take up so much time that you don't manage to do the things you actually want to do
It's all a case of prioritising and routine.  Once you get the hang of it you're flying.  


True, true. I am at the stage where I just stop doing stuff if it gets to much to than panic about if a few days later, when I have to rush to get it done on time
How is your grand dad's health now? 


In some aspects he is better but in others he is worse. You know with Alzheimer it is a slow decline no matter what. He has really good days but there are some really aweful once too. My grandma is also a little freaked out because there is still no order in the new flat. They have a lot less space and she didn't exactly throw much of anything away before moving so know she doesn't know where to put stuff and the chaos isn't the best for my grandpa. But hopefully it will all work out in the end. Thanks for asking Smile

How is your dad holding up?
Oh Alzheimer's is heartbreaking.  Especially when they themselves can understand what is happening. Hope your grandma settles in quickly.  That is half the battle won.  I know I always felt better when everything was in its own place and I've moved 8 times in my lifetime.

Dad?  He is lonely but coping.  Out of the blue he decided that he wanted to go to the Coast so in the summer we booked a minibus and went to Bournemouth for the day.  Twenty of us enjoying the beach and shivering in the sea.  Dad laughed so much watching me shiver..  I have photos up on fb.  And he wants to take us all out to dinner every other month. 

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Posted: 24 October 2013 at 2:40pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

So what else have you been up to?  Apart from hurting your back?


It is sadding but apart from working and studying really not much. I haven't even have a holiday since for ever. Two days in a row ignoring my to dos are the best I have had in quite some time LOL Cry

I was at the festival of lights in Berlin with my best friend not that long ago. Which was fun. It is amazing what kind of effects you can create with light
Must have been great.  My to do lists take a back seat where life is concerned.  Something always crops up.  Hopefully life will settle down a little before it revs up a gear and sometimes you have to sacrifice a few things. Ouch


That is true. I actually quite enjoy my jobs and I have learned a lot there. For example I am now able to organise a complete congress by myself. And I am sure that I can use if I am trying to find a proper job Smile

But that sounds stressful. I hope it isn't that bad and only the little things which take up so much time that you don't manage to do the things you actually want to do
It's all a case of prioritising and routine.  Once you get the hang of it you're flying.  


True, true. I am at the stage where I just stop doing stuff if it gets to much to than panic about if a few days later, when I have to rush to get it done on time
How is your grand dad's health now? 


In some aspects he is better but in others he is worse. You know with Alzheimer it is a slow decline no matter what. He has really good days but there are some really aweful once too. My grandma is also a little freaked out because there is still no order in the new flat. They have a lot less space and she didn't exactly throw much of anything away before moving so know she doesn't know where to put stuff and the chaos isn't the best for my grandpa. But hopefully it will all work out in the end. Thanks for asking Smile

How is your dad holding up?
Oh Alzheimer's is heartbreaking.  Especially when they themselves can understand what is happening. Hope your grandma settles in quickly.  That is half the battle won.  I know I always felt better when everything was in its own place and I've moved 8 times in my lifetime.

Dad?  He is lonely but coping.  Out of the blue he decided that he wanted to go to the Coast so in the summer we booked a minibus and went to Bournemouth for the day.  Twenty of us enjoying the beach and shivering in the sea.  Dad laughed so much watching me shiver..  I have photos up on fb.  And he wants to take us all out to dinner every other month. 


You know sometimes he knows that something is not right with him but other times it annoys him when we try to help because he forgot that he can't do it himself anymore. it is a constant battle. Yeah I think that will make her happy. She just has to get rid of some of her stuff first.

I am glad to hear that he is well. And that actually sounds really nice. I think he wants to create a lot of happy memories with you all Smile

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Posted: 24 October 2013 at 2:44pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by Ichangedit

Originally posted by Xarina

So what else have you been up to?  Apart from hurting your back?


It is sadding but apart from working and studying really not much. I haven't even have a holiday since for ever. Two days in a row ignoring my to dos are the best I have had in quite some time LOL Cry

I was at the festival of lights in Berlin with my best friend not that long ago. Which was fun. It is amazing what kind of effects you can create with light
Must have been great.  My to do lists take a back seat where life is concerned.  Something always crops up.  Hopefully life will settle down a little before it revs up a gear and sometimes you have to sacrifice a few things. Ouch


That is true. I actually quite enjoy my jobs and I have learned a lot there. For example I am now able to organise a complete congress by myself. And I am sure that I can use if I am trying to find a proper job Smile

But that sounds stressful. I hope it isn't that bad and only the little things which take up so much time that you don't manage to do the things you actually want to do
It's all a case of prioritising and routine.  Once you get the hang of it you're flying.  


True, true. I am at the stage where I just stop doing stuff if it gets to much to than panic about if a few days later, when I have to rush to get it done on time
How is your grand dad's health now? 


In some aspects he is better but in others he is worse. You know with Alzheimer it is a slow decline no matter what. He has really good days but there are some really aweful once too. My grandma is also a little freaked out because there is still no order in the new flat. They have a lot less space and she didn't exactly throw much of anything away before moving so know she doesn't know where to put stuff and the chaos isn't the best for my grandpa. But hopefully it will all work out in the end. Thanks for asking Smile

How is your dad holding up?
Oh Alzheimer's is heartbreaking.  Especially when they themselves can understand what is happening. Hope your grandma settles in quickly.  That is half the battle won.  I know I always felt better when everything was in its own place and I've moved 8 times in my lifetime.

Dad?  He is lonely but coping.  Out of the blue he decided that he wanted to go to the Coast so in the summer we booked a minibus and went to Bournemouth for the day.  Twenty of us enjoying the beach and shivering in the sea.  Dad laughed so much watching me shiver..  I have photos up on fb.  And he wants to take us all out to dinner every other month. 


You know sometimes he knows that something is not right with him but other times it annoys him when we try to help because he forgot that he can't do it himself anymore. it is a constant battle. Yeah I think that will make her happy. She just has to get rid of some of her stuff first.

I am glad to hear that he is well. And that actually sounds really nice. I think he wants to create a lot of happy memories with you all Smile
He does but with the laughter there were tears.  But what can you do?  Things happen.   I hope your grand dad's condition is manageable.  Be strong for him-and patient. Hug

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