Half-term has begun and it’s been another busy week of work, rounded off with a birthday.
Here’s our week in pictures…
Day 266 – Sunday 15th October – after my car was repaired last week the bottom wasn’t fixed back on properly. With a long journey to pick my son up from his Explorers camp, my husband did a temporary fixing job on it. It worked brilliantly! My younger son’s team won their football match 7-2 and my son scored his first hat trick of the season.
Day 267 – Monday 16th October – this was the day the sun turned orange and the sky turned a weird shade of yellowy-grey, thanks to Hurricane Ophelia and Sahara sand. It felt a bit like the apocalypse. When I went a walk, it was most definitely windy.
Day 268 – Tuesday 17th October – I watched my son play rugby and he was brilliant. He scored a try and put in some really clean tackles. Then I watched my daughter’s last jazz class before her exam on Thursday. She really shone. We still haven’t darned her pointe shoes, so I took this photo of her friend’s shoe to help us. My daughter said it looked like a photo of her intestines!
Day 269 – Wednesday 18th October regular readers will know my daughter loves making slime. She made this box of different coloured slimes at the weekend.
Day 270 – Thursday 19th October – the first day of half-term. I was struggling to juggle my work, the house and the kids. Hopefully it will get easier! My daughter took her Bronze jazz exam. More on that next week.
Day 271 – Friday 20th October – happy 14th birthday to my lovely younger son! We weren’t quite sure what to do, so we went to Bristol for a few hours, as the weather was so nice, then my family came round for a birthday tea as usual.
Day 272 – Saturday 21st October – I ran Parkrun with my daughter as I wanted to take it carefully before the Stroud half marathon tomorrow. My daughter was pleased that her best friend was running too.
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