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... the group of 40 was going on a field trip, taking the tram to an Archaeological site.
While the big girls are at camp, mom gets Tessa time! It is so awesome and unusual to have many hours to kill alone with Tess. We frequent the library, the market, neighborhood parks, and internet cafes where Tess watches a show while I do my Edgewood work.
We are lucky to have a washing machine in our apartment to be able to do laundry. To dry the clothes, you hang out the window, clothespin the clothes to a wire, pulley the wire in, let dry, and then hang out the window later in the day to collect. This is one of the house chores the girls can't help with.
One day last week, I was shaking out one of the sheets, and my orange tank top fell out of it and dropped to the clothesline three floors down. I’m not ...
For Fuzzy's last night, we hopped around the city drinking,
eating, and chillaxing. One thing we’ve so appreciated about Spain is the
amount of restaurants/cafes that are situated in plazas or right next to a park
for kids to play. This phenomena makes so much sense.
We began at the far end at an Irish bar where they ...
... the attic is that every square inch of the place is filled with these trinkets and clutter. We’ve gotten used to the fact that our things will simply be on top of the dresser and not in its drawers – same with kitchen food, etc. When I get anxious about all the stuff, I remind myself of the entertainment it provides on a daily basis. ...
... worth the 10 euros. We also found name brand sunscreen. Biggest highlight have been the friends Moira and Celia make at the beach each day. Fascinating to see them use their Spanish to communicate... even more fascinating to meet friends who don't speak English or Spanish (from Russia, Lithuania) and see how language might not be that important to playing after all when you're 5 and 7 years old! Yesterday Moira made the leap to swim topless like her friends :)