The musings of a juggling mother

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Wednesday, April 08, 2009

This week

is the school holidays.

We had a lovely weekend doing family things, traipsing round castles and pic-nic'ing in the park:) Monday & Tuesday our wonderful help did all day and looked after bthe girls, one day at the park and the other taking them swimming, leaving Aggie to do some bonding and boy things with Mstr A, which worked out well.

Today has been a getting things done day:) Everyone has had hair cuts, been to the dentist, I've caught up on some paperwork etc.

oh yes, and we took delivery of our new dishwasher. The old one just wasn't cleaning stuff any more, despite all sorts of maintenance and attempts at sorting it ourselves. It was only when I sat and thought about it and realised that it was 8 years old, and had been used at least once a day every day, that I decided it deserved retirement:) Hopefully the new one will do as well!

Tonight I will mostly be trying to sew all the clothes ready for the re-enactment at the weekend. The first one of the season and always a big one. Looking forward to a nice warm sunny DRY season this year......

Tomorrow we're off to Glastonbury for some more family fun - looking at bold stuff, and maybe catch another museum LOL.....


  • At Wednesday, April 08, 2009 10:33:00 pm, Anonymous Solorn said…

    If you get chance go to Chalice Well. It's not far from the High Street and all the local will know where it is to direct you. It's a beautiful place and well worth spending some time there.

  • At Wednesday, April 08, 2009 10:43:00 pm, Blogger Juggling Mother said…

    Chalice well is already no.2 on or Must Do in Glastonbury - haven't been for a couple of years now, so the younger kids haven't been before and Mstr A barely remembers it.


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