Quotidian: daily, usual or customary;
everyday; ordinary; commonplace
Nispero fruit: sweet, juicy, tangy.
Getting dirty: it’s his special talent.
Farewell to the language tutor.
She did a great job, and the children enjoyed the classes,
but they were happy to be done.
A requisite thank you note.
A school project: making something out of soap.
She’s grown a wee-bit, eh?
This is not some creative punishment on my part.
They willing tied themselves together and then tried to eat oranges.
Shadow creature, courtesy of a power outage and boredom.
Ohhhh – your nispero fruit are what I know as loquats! They grow like weeds for us in southern CA. My husband adores them.
(I don't comment often, but I love your blog!)
When do you return? And will you be homeschooling again when you get back?
October 8, and yes.
Lovely Spanish note, written well. Very satisfying I hope!
He dictated it to me and then copied it. But his handwriting has gotten a LOT better this year, thanks to all the copying they do in school. And yes, it was satisfying to hear what he came up with!