On a recent homeschool morning, Arden and I had a pleasant time doing some school work in the park, playing games in the playground and watching some ducks. On our journey home, we stopped for a drink, at a local cafe, and found they had this very cute Easter window display. We both liked the way the reflection came up in the picture.
Arden has been experimenting with milkshakes recently (Gabriel started the unusual flavoured milk shake thing a few years ago). Arden's shot of his drink.
This one shows up the point of interest. Sweet paprika sprinkled on top! The rest of it was vanilla (from a vanilla pod, cinammon and honeycomb)
And the following day, a chocolate version (you can see the honeycomb sinking!)
I'm currently working on knitting Damien a tie, in a biege sock wool, with purple spots. I found a pattern online, and have made some adjustments to it.
Arden is still working away at his knitting, and is doing really well. He's picked up the knack of it very quickly. Presently he knits 2rows a day, and it shouldn't be long til we can turn his knitting into a bag for his doll, Honey.
Gabriel is just in the process of turning the heel in his sock, so the end is getting nearer, which will be very satisfying.
Willow went to a history workshop at the Perth history centre recently and found it useful. I was under the impression that it would be more of a look at an individual historical person/ incident, but it was more of a discussion about the centre and how they collect and store historical information, according to Willow. Anyway, she really enjoyed it, so that was the main thing.
As part of history month, there was a display of old cars, bikes, buses and prams in Fremantle, so we went down to take a look. Gabriel and Arden were both lucky enough to be invited to try out an old Harley. It was very much like this.