Friday, 16 August 2013

Summer holiday diary - part 1

You know that I'm never going to actually catch up with all the things I want to tell you about, right? That there are so many things that slip through the cracks because the thought of sorting and editing the photos is just too much? This summer holiday has been full of things like that: days out, crafting, getting together with friends.... Each of them worthy of a photo-filled post of their own, but likely to be lost altogether instead. So with a nod to Voltaire ('don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good') I have decided to give you one photo a day throughout K's summer holidays. Here's part one:

July 20th: Vacuum cleaners small, medium and large prepare for Katherine's visit.

July 21st: K does his piano workbook while T sets about returning the Japanese room to its usual state.

July 22nd: 'A farm in England and some sheep' by K, drawn at the play centre.

July 23rd: H found a stray, late strawberry growing under the washing line.

July 24: Playing on the slide during a day out in Daisen.

July 25: 'Stained glass' art made with tissue paper and a laminator.

July 26th: K's reaction to the news of the upcoming trip to Hokkaido was to draw a map of Japan.

July 27th: A 2 year memorial service for H's grandfather, followed by a meal for all the family.

July 28th: OK, I'm cheating. This was Gaina Matsuri on the night of the 27th, with Lisa, but I have no photos of the 28th.

July 29th: Boys having fun. Ignore T's neck, it just looks weird in this photo.

July 30th: How many tiny frogs can you spot here?

July 31st: K being eaten by a T Rex at a trick art exhibition.

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