The Show

This evening Hugo and I were treated to a performance by the very talented Eva.

Eva asked us to come and see her show in her bedroom.  We were also joined by a crowd of enthusiastic soft toys just waiting to have a purpose to their day and thrilled to have such comfy seats on the pillow.

The show started with a harmonica solo


It quickly moved onto balancing on one leg, practicing the tree pose

Jumping up in the air

There was a repeat harmonica solo

And it finished with some hopping practice

It was a fun interlude between dinner and a bath.  There have been lots of shows lately and it is gorgeous to watch.  A special treat at kinder (pre-school) today was that the teacher had set up a stage with dress ups so I imagine that it was popular today.

There has been lots of jumping lately which make a special noise on the wooden floor boards.  Maybe Eva needs some dancing or gymnastics next term?

It’s Been Too Long

I really like writing here.  Most days I compose most of a blog post in my head while driving, doing dishes etc. but I never seem to get here to write.  I must try to work harder at it as it’s very therapeutic for me to get all my thoughts onto the screen and thus out of my head!  Then I get over whelmed because I feel that I can’t write something currently important to me because I am behind on other updates.

It’s been a more than busy few weeks with illness running through the house, challenging appointments and a few night-time outings which are tricky for me to keep up with these days.

However today at church we watched this video and it had a great impact on Andrew and I so I wanted to share it here.

The Miniature Earth Project

Click here to watch it if it doesn’t work.

We were also challenged to keep a $20 note in our purse/wallet this month in a different section to the money that we are to spend. We are to keep it there for a month and think about how we could use it best.  It should be given away to make a positive difference to someone else, not used for ourselves. Darren has set his readers a challenge to do it for a week here. Can we do it?  What will we do with our $20?  I’ll let you know.