Summer Adventures #7

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I realised the other day that it's almost time for Lamb to go back to school. How is that possible? All the things we were going to do, all the things I had unofficially planned (in my usually unorganised, haphazard way)? We didn't get to do half of them. Part of the reason I didn't set any plans in stone is so there would be more room for spontaneity. The best memories always come from our spare-of-the-moment whims. But the one thing I really did want to do these holidays is to take the kids to the museum. I was determined to make it to the museum. If nothing else I was going to at least achieve that.


Fox's favourite part of the museum: The dinosaurs.

Lambs favourite part of the museum: The butterflies. Later, after some reflection, she revised her answer to 'eating food'.


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She Sells Sea Shells

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she sells sea shells:
FAMILY SESSION


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Summer Adventures #6

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Waking up at 3am in 33 degree heat (92 Fahrenheit) is not the best way to start a day. And not having an air conditioner in your home can certainly make you resourceful. Hot and uncomfortable, but resourceful. A trip to an air conditioned play-centre in an air-conditioned car, followed by a trip to an air-conditioned mall for cool drinks made the first half of the day bearable. With a cool change predicted for the afternoon we headed to the beach for some refreshing sea-breeze.  It was the absolute worst weather imaginable followed by the most perfect weather imaginable, all within the space of an hour or two. Climate change, schmimate change. Of course the children, being children, were for the most part oblivious to the weather. They were just happy to be out of the house for the day.


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