I am taking out all the red hair accessories. They have been lying in the box for more than a year. They are now all ready to serve in the coming academic year in Hong Kong starting in September!
I successfully ‘pulled’ out the music from a video disc and saved it onto a DVD for Junie to use as background music in her presentation at school. I felt so accomplished after the task.
Another bookstore is closing down. So J grabbed some more ‘Unfortunate Events’ home.
I am done with A Prayer for Owen Meany. I was enchanted by its richness in symbols and motifs.
What would you recommend next?
Most of Singapore primary schools are half day instruction. On the contrary, the majority of those in Hong Kong are full day and the kids get to have lunch at the campus. Junie was choosing her meals for September. Lots to choose from!
Kids are encouraged to put on their ethnic costumes today.
The swimming pool of our Club is under renovation. So we went to the Pines. This club is well managed as well.
Her poem is about reading.