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24 July 2006

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capello

I don't know about your home, but there's always overdue DIY projects here.

And Mark certainly is a big boy!

Angela

Go Mark! I loved the note and you must be so proud of him. 8-)

karen

oh, oh , oooooh - I dread this moment with my boys - you are very brave. I dread it for myself, I dread it for little Sethie left behind whilst Noah goes off happily.

Sometimes I panic when I think how fast the past three years have gone and the thought that there is possibly only another 15 at home before heading off to university.

How sad am I!!!

lindiepindie

Wow - he writes well for a 5 year old! I remember going off to camp at 10 and crying before I left, but I had fun. I have no idea how old the kids will be when we let them go, but I'm sure they'll be thrilled, and I'll be the one with tears in my eyes.

monica

Wow, my kids have stayed at my parents quite a lot on their own, but always together... It must be strange for everybody, but isn't it amazing how fast they grow up? He'll be at college next.

And then you'll be FREEEEEEEEE

The not is too cute. You must keep it.

kirsty

Being independent like that is a HUGE plus! It can sting a bit, not being indispensable, but what a great thing for Mark.

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