15 June 2016

Random Stuff



J & Z had a Celebration of Learning day at school last week, where we got to spend one hour with each of them as they walked us through different 'stations' that allowed them to demonstrate to us what they've learned throughout the year.  It was so heartwarming to see the pride they took in their work. Days like those make us appreciate all the more everything that the teachers (and the support staff) do for the children.
 

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On our way to check out a new (to us, anyway) mani-pedi place, my friend and I decided to grab a quick bite. We wanted somewhere quick and fast, because our appointment was in 40 minutes. We chanced upon this Vietnamese place that seemed to be what we were looking for.  Quick and fast it was. The food was not impressive; I did like the rustic feel of their decor, though.

10 COMMENTS:

Ruth Rieckehoff said...

Well, at least you got to try a new place. Bummer it wasn't that good. Wish you luck on your next outing.

Tamar SB said...

I love events like that - where the kid's take ownership of the learning!

elizabeth said...

I love Vietnamese pho when it's done right! I have one place in our city that's my favorite.

jMo said...

Pretty and creative composition and color. A+

jMo said...

P.S. I think a good photo is worth more than good food.

Lisa Kerner said...

school days like yours was one of the things I missed when we started homeschooling our two. it was fun to see my kiddos faces light up with pride at their work.

Lisa @ LTTL

Jill Harrison said...

We enjoy going to our Grandson's Celebration of Learning Days. So amazing what kids learn and know these days. I love your photo of the fallen flower on the pavement. Have a fabulous week, and thanks for the link up. I can't actually see Wednesday on Communal Global's page. strange.

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

That wall is great too bad about the food.

Amy Franks said...

I haven't really ever eaten Vietnamese food, would be good to try something new though :-)

Kim said...

Love hearing about your kids and their love of learning. You have done so well with them, and their teachers...but mostly you! The Pho place looks fun, too bad the food was unremarkable.

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