Thursday, January 29, 2009

I love home school.

Today we started our day with a swim at the pool. There was one other home schooling family there and a few other families with pre schoolers. It was good to go and not have a crowd there. Tonight it will be very crowded I think.

Since the weather is so warm I am going to get tea cooked this morning so that we don't have to heat the house up this afternoon with cooking. I will just have to heat it up in the electric frying pan this afternoon.

6 comments:

Out Back said...

Lucky you having an early swim Therese, this weather is just awful. I haven't felt the heat like this in a long while.

I have two babies to care for today so it is a challenge to keep them cool. They are both having a nap at the moment.

Tania

Therese said...

stay cool, Therese! It is quite chilly here, so I would gladly send it your way!

CatholicConvert said...

I thought it was hot in Sydney until I saw the forecast for Adelaide....

Keep cool!

Anonymous said...

Use the BBQ, Therese!!!!!

Nancy said...

I think I'll keep the cool 76 degrees we had today!

Alexandra said...

It's nice to have that flexibility; I agree! Stay cool. :) It's a bit chilly here, especially this morning. We get very hot summers here in SE(USA). I can understand. August and September are the worst.

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