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Re: What to do with my "free" time now that my spouse works and I know no-one?

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Of course that is always an option...

However, the cleaner also works as the childcare specialist, cook, nurse, referee, teacher, taxi driver and is currently unpaid- so is no cost at all, except for food and lodgings..
That sounds like ME!
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Re: What to do with my "free" time now that my spouse works and I know no-one?

I've got another one:

Fill out one of these cards.

Share your heart

(This post is not intended to be religiously objectionable to anyone. Please, if you find it so, ignore this thread, and move on.)
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Re: What to do with my "free" time now that my spouse works and I know no-one?

That's a really good one. I need to do that.

Also it reminded me of this, which some of you may have seen in the Coopzeitung a couple of months ago. Sign up online to donate stem cells (the process is all explained in English on the site), they send you a pack with some swabs to take samples at home.

And if you're an expectant mother and live in the right place you could even organise with your hospital to donate stem cells from the umbilical cord after the birth. I think it has to be a big town like Zurich or Basel though.

(same proviso as above - not intended to be objectionable in any way.)
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