Saturday, September 19, 2009

7 quick takes.


---1---

Half Way.

I have had a pain in my right side for the last couple of days. Once I have posted here, I am going to take a bath to see if it subsides a bit. I think the baby may be lying on a nerve or something. Maybe I should try lying in a different position tonight to get the baby to move.

---2---

Last Week of School.

This week is our last week of term 3. I cannot believe we are 3/4 of the way through the year.
During the holidays my mother is coming for a week and some friends are coming to stay the following week. The children are looking forward to having other people stay with us.

---3--

I have started some summer sewing. The days here have really warmed up. Today got to 23 (72) and tomorrow will be 24 (75). The nights are still quite chilly so we still have extra blankets on the bed.
Christopher needs a few pairs of shorts for kindy. It is too warm to send him in jeans now.

---4---

It's a Wonderful Life.

Last night Steve got this video down. It is such a wonderful video and always helps me feel uplifted.
It doesn't matter how many times we see it, I still cry at the end scene when all the neighbours come in and help out George.

---5---

Pirate name;

Here is your great pirate and ship name. Now you are ready to be pirate. Congratulation!

Real Name:Therese
Pirate Name:Mad Pallas Obrien
Ship Name:Miss Raciela The Red Planet



If you want to know your pirate name go to this link.

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Trixie Belden.

This term I have read books one and two of the Trixie Belden series to Tom and Amelia. They have really enjoyed reading them. We haven't been able to find a copy of book three yet so next term we are taking a break from reading them and I will start reading Little house in the big woods with them.

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Sewing Pattern.

At the moment I am making this top.

I am making view D which is the bottom one with long sleeves.

Thanks Jen from Conversion Diary for hosting Quick 7 each week.
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