Wednesday, July 8, 2009

whinge

Ce n'est pas un post.

I'm fighting the urge to write about recycling, but I feel I may succumb, sooner rather than later.

I need to separate my children wa glass screen wherever they go, such is the hitting (Bodhi) and shouting (Olivia).

I am in sore need of activities. Anyone?

9 comments:

Mwa said...

I so know what you mean. Just did my own "oh crap, holidays" post.

I just spent the morning with them at an indoor play park (raining) and this afternoon brings such delights as shopping for sandals and going to the supermarket. I know, the fun never stops here.

adrienne said...

his 'pipe' has been on my mind and in my work recently, so your opening with the magritte reference just may be the reminder i need that the universe has a plan, and perhaps...perhaps, i am part of it.

best of luck to you keeping the protective barrier between the little ones.

Holemaster said...

Hide and not go seek.

Xbox4NappyRash said...

I just wish you'd turn the first letter of the title upside down.

Compulsive Cook said...

When I was little and on holiday with my cousin who was always mean to me, our great-great-great-great-great aunt suggested we play hide and seek. She whispered to me where I should hide, then whispered to Laura where she should hide, then leant back in her bathchair and enjoyed the peace and quiet.

Ms. Moon said...

I wish I had a good answer for you. But of course I don't. Libraries were a mainstay with me.

Ciara said...

Oh dear. You too huh?

I do find visiting other people generally serves to make everyone happy!

Greenan Maze next wednesday? And in the meantime, see you in yours, Sunday, for some lip-smacking brunch yummie-ness! :-)

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Rechru said...

Come visit the Museum some day. They may be interested in the dead animals on show at Collins Barracks, and most kids that come love running around the square there