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    Had our xrays and blood tests today.......and my eldest son didn't faint....yippee! Youngest son was disappointed that he didn't need to come today and is waiting for next Thursday for his turn at the hospital.

    Once these are done, I have everything to include in my ITA and am thinking of going down to London to hand it in personally with the hope that they might be quiet and interview me then!?!?

    I have resigned from my teaching job and finish at October half term when I will fly to NZ to have job interviews (first visit for me!!!! yes I am mad!!!) for January.

    Hubby has had an email from the NZ police asking him to update where he is up to with his plans (he has been for a visit).

    Just waiting now for the bubble to burst..............things are too good at the mo.

    Fisheress

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    :icon_lol: :icon_lol: :icon_lol:

    Stop looking for problems ... enjoy the fact you haven't got any at the moment. (You lucky #*&*#!!!) :icon_biggrin:

    It does sound all so exciting and I am sure you will be fine in New Zealand on your own.

    Looks like you are going to have a second summer this year! :icon_cool:

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    Hi fisheress, I'm sure things will be fine. I think the difficult bit is gathering the info for the EOI as it is just a case of submitting it for your ITA later.

    We have meds next week. Did your children need bloodtests too? I have an 11 month old son and was hoping they wouldn't need to have blood taken as it's a bit too invasive at that age.

    Good luck

    S ::):

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    Hi Spudulike,
    You should not have to get a blood test for under 11's

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    Thanks skybluearmy, I was dreading having to hold him whilst blood was taken. I can sleep easy again now :icon_lol:

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