…. Produce works like these….
… and Enid Blyton was my favourite author when I was small. But after a while, Junie put the book down. Perhaps she won’t be a big fan of this wonderful writer….
The school regrouped the kids across the whole primary one for the Chinese subject according to their proficiency. We were delighted to find that Junie was allocated to the advanced class. Hope she can continue working hard on this subject.
Junie had her baby tooth taken out in Hong Kong. She was waiting for the tooth fairy to come and collect the tooth. Meanwhile, she made a jewelry box to keep it safely.
After we got off the plane in Hong Kong last Sat, Junie grabbed my phone and called her clay mentor and arranged workshop all by herself. These are her works after 4 sessions.
Junie enjoys watching her fish before she sleeps.
My mum is still in Hong Kong and so we went to the church without her. After bringing J to her Kitz world, we stepped into the English speaking service instead of the mandarin one. It’s great work of God’s too. I think I might stay with it and will ask mum to attend the mandarin session.
We are back in Singapore from our home city Hong Kong. After a whole day busy unpacking, we are running our Singapore schedule again. Saturday morning is ballet and afternoon is tennis.