I was able to box off almost all of the remainder of my list while in Florida.#1: open air market found in the lovely town of Celebration. #5: sunset found outside the front door of our villa.#11: animal found in zoo/aquarium/nature reserve. I was spoilt for choice after visiting Disney's Animal Kingdom, Sea World and Busch … Continue reading Photography Scavenger Hunt 2013: Round-up #4
This week saw the start of Ali's new class, Hello Story, at BPC and I was super impressed with week one's handout, which focused on story structure and the use of timelines.One idea was to showcase a selection of related photos, such as holiday photos, in a circular timeline format. If I'm honest, I've probably made … Continue reading Scrapbook Saturday
The Brainy One likes to think that The Boy Child looks most like his side of the family.I know different. ~ my nephew in 2008 ~~ The Boy Child in 2013 ~Two peas in a pod.I rest my case.
I'm about to have a boastful moment.The Boy Child won the Outstanding Progress prize for Year One. Camera shake unavoidable, as Mummy was trying not to cry.That is all.
Speech Day ~ 2pm today.The last time The Boy Child will be in Year 1.Year 2 in September?Bring it on.He's ready.
Hello summer!Hello to one week until our holiday.Hello to talking about Wimbledon at the school gates.Hello to last coffee get together of the school year.Hello to two full days left in school.Hello to the paddling pool in the garden.Hello to The Brainy One being abroad most of the week.Hello to Speech Day on Wednesday.Hello to … Continue reading Hello Monday
Don't look now, but I think summer may have arrived ...On Saturday, armed with a picnic, sunscreen and hats, we headed in to the City of London for their Sculpture in the City exhibition.Eight pieces, all within shouting distance of each other. ~ Love by Robert Indiana ~ ~ The Good, The Bad and The Ugly by … Continue reading Summer in the City
My lovely pal Sian is involved in a new free online magazine called Jot. Jot is a brand new, online, free magazine for the modern memory keeper and it has just been launched by the talented Kim Archer and her team. It's a pretty cool publication and you'll find Sian's input somewhere around page 45ish, if I remember correctly.Part of her … Continue reading Giving a Jot