I spotted a ladybird on today's walk. Here it is.
Thursday, 23 June 2022
Although tonight was a pain, April had a council meeting so left at 7, I had to get Arthur down to sleep between 7-8, he wasn't happy, which is rare, he generally goes straight down most nights.
All kids got to school and back, got fed and they're still alive. April owes...
Tuesday, 21 June 2022
April's on a three day away day with her new company so i'm left stuck at home with the kids. They're away for most of the day at nursery and pre-school but logistics get a little funny with having to pick both kids up at either end of town.
It's games night tonight so we have one of Flo's ex-carers baby sitting, and she's also picking up Arthur from the nursery so should be okay. Tomorrow will be interesting with both drop offs and both pick ups.
Watch this space...
Monday, 20 June 2022
Flo was telling me on a walk home from school last week that she was the only one in her class that can read. I said "yes dear that sounds good" thinking that her version of reading was just being able to sound out a few letters which we'd seen before. Turns out she can. Bloody hell. Well done Flo!
Our friend Becky is moving out of Tonbridge and asked if she could use her house as a party venue. We of course said yes. Over the course of the afternoon there must have been 30 people if you include all the kids that popped over.
Friday, 17 June 2022
Another 15k steps before work this morning. I ended up having to do 28.5k yesterday as April was late getting back from London so I had to pick them both up. I'm not taking the dog out at lunch as it's too hot so should reach that high today thankfully. It's too bloody hot.
Thursday, 16 June 2022
Tuesday, 14 June 2022
Monday, 13 June 2022
Friday, 10 June 2022
My new company wants me (all of us) in every Thursday so I begrudgingly went in. We were given a free lunch and drinks after work so shouldn't complain too much.
This popped up as an 11 year old memory on April's phone. I was looking for the photo a month or two but couldn't find it.
It's taken outside Australia House, Australia's embassy in London. We were at a Western Australia wine tasting event (we used to go every year) and as we were leaving we spotted a bowl where people who were at another event had left their ID tags. Look who we spotted. Ha, ha, I'm having that I thought. Little did I know what would happen to Rolf a few years later. Oops.