A brilliant anthology of creative bras. Not wearable but definitely amazing! I have to say there really was no one bra that was my favourite, but that is only because I loved them all. You can find the official website right HERE. Each bra is a play on words and a beautiful work of art. This is definitely an amazing coffee table book. So enjoy the puppies and flowers and food, maracas and antlers and all sorts of every day and not so every day items. The artist/photographer of the piece (Meg Spielman Peldo) is the daughter of a lingerie designer for Hollywood Vassarette in the 1950s and now is happy to be creating fantastical bras for us all to enjoy. We all (nearly) need to wear them and now we can enjoy them on an all new level!
Sunday was another at home day… with company once again. This time Joe, Gabriella and Zachary. They were so glad to see Nana and Baba again as well as their cousins. So it was run run run for the kids and a nice visit with his brother for Ken.
I managed to sneak off with Bree to do some shopping, have some Dairy Queen and generally do girly things. I found Hello Kitty stuff for a quarter marked down at Michaels (well on clearance that is, pencils and the like), stopped in at Bath and Body Works to get some hand sanitizers (5 for 5.00 and not sealed the same way they are in Canada). Sat and chatted for hours… it was TERRIFIC!
Monday was back to the grind stone. Back to schooling, and sorting out future classes. In the mail I received the coupons for Pizza Hut and the information for a reading program we are starting in October. I have printed out most of the printables we need to get going with and will be sorting out books to start. I may have to do some used bookstore and thrift store hunting for leveled readers… or raid the library! You can find out about the program HERE.
Trinity and Emanuel did their craft project for the book Hungry Caterpillar. You can find our caterpillar project HERE. I really enjoyed this one – it covered colouring, scissor skills, creativity, gluing and of course… binder clips!
Gavin is back to work on his cross stitching again and boy does that make me HAPPY. He is determined to finish his mouse joke card and then start another one. I am so glad that one of the kids is ready to stick it out with what is one of my absolute FAVOURITE crafting activities. (sorry crochet you are getting up to second and beating out duct tape but I must stay true to my first love!).
So Tuesday went a bit off kilter with Ken pulling an all nighter coding and myself having a lovely mishap with my head connecting with the edge of our bedroom door while cleaning (thus loosing half the day to a nap and Tylenol). I am not sure the kids were too upset as they got to play more time outside. BUT we did have the time for our basics and the boys to work on their Minnesota folder, which is now decidedly ONGOING.
Tuesday NIGHT, however, was fun fun fun! After seeing Nana and Baba off to a movie we got supper ready (spaghetti and garlic toast) and awaited our guests – Shandai and her boyfriend Skot! They brought knitting supplies and board/cardgames. So after supper we stitched and gamed it up! It was a total blast and I look forward to doing it again! Add another couple to couples to game with!
So as days never seem to go the way we want we still had Emanuel learning on the computer…
Trinity with the learning apps on the iPad… And Zander and Gavin spending learning time with Ken. Which was a total treat!
The great adventure for tomorrow – hunting down a pie pumpkin for homemade pumpkin pie!! Wish us luck!!
For the Canadians at home and abroad… a link shared on my Facebook! I couldn’t miss sharing this great list of Canadian words!! Enjoy!