What a week!

It’s been very busy at work. We went to the science museum.

It was fantastic! Great new Wonderlab activities.

I struggled for several minutes to go down the slide. Couldn’t work out how to keep the mat (same as the one you use on the helter skelter) secure whilst sitting down at the top . First time round, the mat slipped down. Then I couldn’t work out how to put my feet in.Finally I panicked about going down. Then I mustered enough courage.Weeeee! Down I went. At the bottom, I got up with absolutely no grace, bum in the air.

After work I went to the charity shop. I bought 6 side plates printed with English wildlife, 1 Royal Doulton plate (Mrs Bucket would be envious!) 1 spoon rest, 20 plastic plates, 5 plastic bowls and 50 disposable table mats printed with street plans of cities around the world for £6.73. Bargain.

Life is good.

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