As we reach the end of the school year, in fact its the end of Oscar's time at nursery, things have gotten quite hectic. Every day seems to have some sort of scheduled activity. We are all really looking forward to a little break. Here are some snaps from the last few days.
Elder Davis sniffing some alcohol free whiskey flavouring -
the cake in the foreground was banana and peanut butter and it was awesome.
We have had some glorious days
Oscar made a laptop from a cardboard Amazon box
We got a crew together to paint my Mother's garden fence
I have been nibbling on this whilst watching episodes of 24 on Netflix
and crocheting a black and white blanket for my bed.
We made paper chains with the missionaries and talked about each family member being a link in a chain.
I have also been to a funeral, and had several church meetings. Duncan has started a new job. Aimee has been for 2 college interviews. Oscar has had a tummy bug, and become obsessed with loom bands,
and also . . . . . .
. . . . . lost 2 baby teeth
Over the next few days we have, the last days of nursery, the last rehearsals for Oscar's theatre show, a birthday party, the actual show, church, an online course starting for myself, and a very special 'viewing' (more on that to follow).
When I had been covering my head for a wee while, I asked my husband what his thoughts on it were. The answer surprised me. He liked it, but hadn't seen a lot of them because he worked out of town and my hair was uncovered for him coming home. That, had not even crossed my mind. So mostly for Duncan, but also for anyone else interested, here is 28 Days Of Head Covering.