Life has prevented blogging this week. Let’s see what I can remember…
Leo has started a second session each week at Kids’ Club. He is at this session without
When Leo first started at Kids’ Club I think it was great that he had
The kids started back at Squeezebox, working on a Feist song that Pearlie got on a Christmas cd.
Dani and I have nearly finished our collaborative annual home ed report to send to the Local Authority. I’m leaving Dani to lay it up, using Pagemaker, which is her favourite dtp software.
We are all very happy to have a trip to St Ives to look forward to at this gloomy time of the year. St Ives is my second favourite place in the world, after
Pearlie has been moved up at swimming and is now in a colder pool. This is tough on her as she gets cold very quickly, but hopefully they’ll be moving around enough to keep warm. The showers were also broken and only giving cold water – so that didn’t help!
Leo has finished reading Northern Lights. I think I’m next on the list but I’m really supposed to be reading short stories as I’m doing a four session evening class in short story writing. I had the first session last Tuesday and it was great. I encountered a teenager that I know through the world of home ed and a woman that my first (and wildest) girlfriend used to babysit for – twenty years ago! The class was a strange environment but it was wonderful to immerse myself in something so self-indulgent.
I wrote ten or twelve stories years ago, when I did a Certificate in Creative Writing at the
Dani is knitting a gorgeous waistcoat for Leo.
Oh, and having just been pleased to have dropped group commitments we’re thinking of trying out a children’s fiction writing workshop! This is just to see what it’s like, really, but at £1 per session and a 7-12 year old age limit, it is too tempting not to try.