It seems the week flew by in a flurry of activity.
Over last weekend I had the joy of going to watch my sweet nephew in concert. It was the cutest thing to watch these little people singing their hearts out with all the accompanying actions.
That's my cutie pie touching the floor and the little girl next to him spent the entire time covering her ears! Poor little thing! I am really not sure how the teachers managed to keep them all so calm and still for so long!
This week kids got on with their work and kept on track most of the time.
Zak has been enjoying a story about Joan of Arc and learning about Medieval times. We have decided to prepare a low key Medieval dinner next week some time. A number of years ago we had a wonderful Medieval feast with dear friends. The kids were much younger, we all dressed up, had a castle backdrop and a wonderful evening of fun. I don't think any of us will ever forget that evening! This time around we will keep it simple.
Zak had a long awaited haircut this week and is looking so good!
It was hubby's birthday midweek and our best-man and his wife treated us to a relaxed lunch out.
We also enjoyed a lovely dinner together as a family and spent some time playing bananagram, a word game, after dinner.
Talking about word games, we have discovered online "words with friends" and scrabble. All week various members of the family have been challenging one another to games. It's great fun as one can play when you have a moment and a game does not need to be played in one sitting, a word or two played here and there.
Zak and I have also been enjoying CNN Student News which is delivered to my in box daily. It's a great way to keep up with current affairs.
The week ended with art lessons and youth where Keren was running the night. It is wonderful to see her growing in her ministry to the youth.