I am starting to think that the government ‘roadmap out of lockdown’ will be changed quite a bit over the coming weeks. I hope that the council will open up outdoor skateparks again to get Karta out of the house and doing something physical. Plus, I start longing for springtime at this time of year and with it warmer weather and longer days.
/my lotto win weapon of choice_
So, I’m putting together some travel pans for Karta and I. He wants to tour Britain’s indoor and outdoor skateparks, and I would like to visit a few races here and there.
So, I made a new website.
So, Karta and I took a trip into Canterbury to visit the Comic Art Exhibition that is on at The Beaney.
Karta has been poorly since the middle of last week. It would seem he has picked up a flu bug. He made a small recovery by the weekend and managed to spend the day at the skatepark on Saturday. By Monday he went downhill again and has lost hearing in his left ear.
We are visiting the doctor’s surgery this afternoon for a check-up.
Karta and I went to visit the newest residents at Wingham Wildlife Park. These Orangutans are the females of the clan, and the males were in a pen next door.
On Monday the 6th of January 2020, we sent a letter to Karta’s school asking them to remove him from the register.
We are now providing Karta with a full-time education at home. Our focus is on the three Rs, reading, writing and arithmetic.
Karta will also be allowed to follow his passion for videography and ecology. For the next six months, Karta will be going back to basics with KS2 and KS3 maths, English and science. He will also continue with KS3 Spanish.
We are busy deciding on the possibility of homeschooling our son. If we decide to go down that road, I will be putting most of my projects on hold, and will only work on those when I have time.
Home education will take up a considerable amount of time but will give me plenty to write about.
That is all.
You know what? I need to spend more time looking at life through the lens of comedy. If nothing else, it will make this blog funnier!
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Much of today will be spent job hunting and looking for ways to stretch our finances, which is easier said than done!