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Will flew back to the UK today for Mrs Wood's funeral (he sadly lost Mrs Woods (his "third" grandmother) and Gloria, his friend Aidan's mother over Easter weekend).
It was a gorgeous day. I have been in Nanjing at the beginning of the week supporting an English teacher in Jinling, and then went to Hangzhou on Thursday to support an English teacher in Hangzhou No 14, Stephen Gardner's centre.
This morning I caught ...
... Friday (which I was unable to attend). Lochie also received one last week but I didn't know about it and didn’t go to assembly. The children earn points through the day and when they collect large amounts (eg 50, 100 etc) they are acknowledged. I like that they have to 'earn’ their award and are not just given one randomly.
Friday was the last day of term 2. The school now has 2 weeks of ‘spring break’.
Saturday morning we ...
... wow. The second person got 7/10. Sam was the only one to use NE, NW, SE and SW.
(Hey look, Sam’s initials)
Sam continued going to school as normal until Friday when he had a disco and it was the last day of school term 2 (BSN only has 3 terms and back in Aus you have 4, that must suck.) The school holidays came and we just had ...
... soccer from my balcony. Emma, however, I need to chase down as she socializes with anyone she passes. My kids have hardly touched their ipads or the Playstation. YAY! The exercise is great for them, as long as we check pollution levels before they run around outside.
Overall, everyone is coping really well. The kids are generally happy. We get the occasional wail of "I want to go home" when something isn’t going right, but it ...
... items (comfort food) turned to liquid and had to be thrown away. The oven has a steam outlet and all the steam poured straight into my closed cutlery draw, making the utensil wet and oily. No more fan-forced cooking!
The dishwasher is half the width of ours at home and holds very little. It doesn’t fit our dinner plates so we’ve bought smaller ones. The kitchen bench is low and our bed is low (Asians seem to be generally shorter) – ...