started by the fact that I didn't surface until 12.30, as I was finishing off my book, The Margarets :) Not sure that I can be bothered to write a separate book review post (although I ought, as there are a couple of other books I've read that I haven't reviewed yet. But there you) so I'll just … [Read more...] about A good day
Right-brained Children in a Left-brained World: Unlocking the Potential of Your ADD Child Jeffrey Freed. Borrowed this one from Kirsty following ponderings on Small, who most definitely doesn't fit into standard assessments of learning styles or behaviours. I don't know whether he's right brained … [Read more...] about Books finished today
In blogging. I will regret that if I don't catch up a little as it will be a week I can't remember. So some highlights, or at least memory prompts. Walking - I've walked to friend's house to feed her cat 5 times, but not Thursday as it was really rather wet. I feel good about the not having … [Read more...] about Remiss.
Have I spelt that right? It looks very wrong. Anyway, this morning I took another trip out to the park. I was amused by the way so many parents ignored our presence when they realised we weren't parents, avoiding eye contact, stepping away from the item of equipment we were using and so on. I … [Read more...] about staff meetings and bureaucracy
K rang tonight to find out if I had chosen/ decided on a reading. I said there's a little poem, just about 12 lines I was thinking of, and she cried down the phone at me, as it's the poem she would like to be able to read, but knows perfectly well that she won't be able to. So I'll read it for both … [Read more...] about a reading