Friday, September 26, 2008

no more homework, no more books.

No more homework, no more books, no more teachers dirty looks.


This is the poem we use to sing when I was in primary school on the last day of school. I don't know if my children know it or not. Maybe one day I will say it to them and see what they say. Only difference between then and now is, I don't get teacher's dirty looks, I get children's dirty looks when I say do your spelling.

The weather is warming up so hopefully we will go out for a couple of family walks. I love walking in spring. We will try and get to weekday mass as a family too.

Message for all Australians:

Please read Louise's post with information on Senator Barnett's disallowance motion.


Thank you so much to Kimberly for passing on the I love your blog award to me too.

Kimberly says on her blog:

although she is in another country, I feel as if she lived right next door to me. What a wonderful and beautiful person she is.

Thank you Kimberly for giving me this award and for saying these wonderful things about me. I also love knowing you through blogging and can completely relate to the blessing it brings to many of us in the Catholic blogging community.
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