9 ~ the age reached by our beloved pooch, which, as we know, is 63 in human years.
We have, in no particular order:
42.99 ~ the amount spent on school uniform:
two new pairs of jogging bottoms and one new winter coat.
48.50 ~ the amount spent on chocolate and marshmallows for the Valentine’s goody bags.
28.95 ~ the amount spent on a new pair of slippers and a pair of trainers for The Boy Child.
4 ~ the number of cousins staying with us and the number of nights they stayed.
8 ~ the number of journeys made by tube train during their visit.
5 ~ the number of visits to Costa during their visit.
Cachirulo was born on the 13th at 8.32pm.
He weighed 3.48 kilos and was 51 cms long.
He spent 11 days without a name.
64.50 ~ the amount spent on two haircuts; one for me and one for The Boy Child.
The downside of London living.
96% ~ the highest number scored by The Boy Child in his weekly test. Twice.
270 ~ the number of lengths swum in the pool by me.
25 ~ the number of goody bags taken into school on the 13th.
2 ~ the number of kilner jars turned into Valentine’s Hot Chocolate Jars.
1 ~ the number of books given as a gift: An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth by Chris Hadfield.
5 ~ the number of Valentine’s cards received between us.
1 ~ the number of bouquets of yellow roses received.
7 ~ the number of items given away via freecycle.org:
1 Niceday notice board and 6 assorted coffee mugs.
Month in Numbers is the brainchild of Julie
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