Friday, July 25, 2014

Some sweetness for the weekend

Hello there! Another week zoomed by! Hope it was filled with enough of some things and lots of nothing. At least that's the way I like it.

I have been quite busy with a few exciting personal projects, which I'll share when I've progressed a little further along.

Our dog, Max, has been ill, since two weekends ago. He had a fever, his red blood cell count was low, and his levels were just not good. He is recovering, thanks to Richard's careful administering of the prescribed medication. He had a check up today and the test results were good. He is looking a lot more like his happy and active self, and we are looking forward to a full recovery over the coming week.

I will post a little more frequently next week. We will be travelling next week - ironically, that's actually a good chance to catch up on some backlog.

Ok, you all know what's next: it's the sweet stuff! This week's edition is the daddy and daughter combo. I hope you find some more sweetness over the weekend. Be good, be happy.








4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The rising sun flag on your hub's tee. Careful where you go with that especially while travelling abroad. There have been assault cases over that offensive flag.

Anonymous said...

How wd u explain to a p1 kid _= 10 more than 25? And _ = 10 more than 55? And also _ = 10 less than 25?

Pinkie Pirate said...

Hi Anonymous, thanks for your concern. It's not a flag. It's just the sun. The T-shirt was purchased in Beijing at a tourist souvenir shop.

Pinkie Pirate said...

Hi Anonymous, I can't adequately answer your question on math because I would need to know more about the child - whether he already knows certain basic concepts and how he learns best.

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