In Asda I noticed they were 5 for £2, in the freezer shop in town they are 6 for £1 so I brought all the tomato and basil sachet's they had - all 48 of them - should last Anais a while!
Secondly, he came home with a scroll. He was "PATHS Kid" (Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies) of the day!
This explains "PATHS Kid "of the Day...
The swimming system they currently use is being made redundant and aligned with the "Amateur Swimming Association" (ASA) which means in five weeks time at the end of the current course their swimming timetables will change AGAIN to new days/times. They are currently being assessed on their abilities and will be aligned to their news classes in line with "ASA" classes, we find out new class days and times next week, I only hope they don't clash with any other after school activities. I don't like change, I like routine. Aaaaaaargh!
It helped that when I came home from shopping our internet had gone down.
I tried using my dongle to get online but when I plugged it in it told me I was abroad and would be charged to use it - I'm NOT abroad, I'm at home. I think it still has the settings from when we were at Weymouth and it thought I was in Guernsey or France or somewhere abroad. Mark was in a meeting all day so unavailable to help and I don't know how to tether from my phone, going online on my phone is incredibly slow so I have been internet-less all afternoon = no distractions = lots of crocheting done!