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Moira and Celia are at their last day of day camp. They've participated in two week long camps from 9am-2pm Monday through Friday. They have been a phenomenal experience. Last week's camp was sponsored by the Museum of Contemporary Art. The theme was "Madrid". They studied Spanish artists through the decades, chose a work to replicate, and got to know the work of the museum. ...
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 ...
... own toppings. We
get ice cream at least once each day.
We strolled along past the gay pride festival in the plaza
and found a seat overlooking the music and in this open plaza. Moira and Celia
are like magnets with other kids their age, and quickly involved themselves in
some pi-ca-choo (Spanish paper scissors rock)
Our place is called “The spectacular attic” and the name couldn’t be more appropriate. What makes the place an attic is that it’s located on the 10th floor of a building across the street from the beach. Here is the view from our amazing (and somewhat treacherous) patio.
What makes the place ...
... 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 :)