My brain is sprouting

So says Simon’s t-shirt! And it is! Here is the photo of the aforementioned t-shirt!

A lovely, challenging walk today, slip sliding on the icy trails through the woods and fields of the Trent Nature Reserve, ice glistening in the sunshine, cracking under our feet. I so enjoy the companionship and exercise of the Parents Walking Group.

My last evening in Peterborough for a while and we went to see the Petes play in the third of the seven quarter final matches in the play-offs! What an exciting game! Rough and tumbling players slamming each other into the partition just in front of us! This was the fastest, roughest game I have yet seen. The Petes held onto their slim lead to win 2-1. The Petes goalie saved 46 shots on goal from Oshawa so it was far more exciting than the score reflects.

Next time you hear from me I will be in Sydney, time to go home to my very patient husband and leave Simon to his own devices! April is the month for the big push as the Arrowsmith year draws to a close. the month of May is busy with testing, and it will be so interesting to see the gains that Simon has made over this year in terms of the tests, and an excursion every week. Good luck with your big push Simon and your testing! image

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