"Although I speak from my own experience, I feel that no one has the right to impose his or her beliefs on another person. I will not propose to you that my way is best. The decision is up to you. If you find some point which may be suitable for you, then you can carry out experiments for yourself. If you find that it is off no use, then you can discard it." Dalai Lama...

Saturday, 19 April 2008

Saturday,shopping and trashy TV...

A series of unfortunate events story Cd's are still the flavour of the moment and alongside listening to them she has been practising her cutting by chopping paper/card into little pieces,drawing, making necklaces, writing bit's in her journal,most of the morning was spent downstairs until she got in a shower to wash her hair,then she decided she would like to lay in bed and listen to the Cd's so more of the same happening upstairs,she has drawn a really lovely picture of a girl using biro with lots of different shading and direction of the pen strokes and she has been sorting out the side of her bed and clearing out toys that she no longer wants there.I spent some time with her but basically she was happy to be on her own, so I got on with housework.We managed to tidy her room up together and I think we have found a way to keep on top of it that works for us,I will write another post on that when I have more time.

When Al came home from work I had to go shopping and when he went out into the garden to get on with a few landscaping jobs, she choose to stay in.

I whizzed around the shops and then back home to put it all away, then quickly get Milly a baked pot with ham, tuna and cheese this is her favourite meal and the plate was emptied.I had found an Animal book in Tescos and read it to her as she was eating, and then she said she would go back up til Dr Who started, so off she went with a Calipo lolly and a skip in her step,I wish I lived her life;-))

I am going to get into PJs and pop a pizza in for Al and I then Dr Who will be on followed by I'll do anything, Britains got talent and Pushing Daisys so Milly and I are sorted for the evening,Al will watch Dr Who with us and then come through here to watch something on the other side or read, he dosen't share our love of what some call trashy TV.......

1 comment:

Colleen said...

I loved "Dr. Who" when we were staying in London! My current NZ fave is "Flight of the Conchords." :) It's hilarious.