Above: the Kindies and Grade 1's held their Mother's Day Tea this morning. (Due to spillage issues in past years, juice was substituted for the hot caffeinated beverages that used to accompany the mounds of home-baked sweets.) It is a heart-breakingly lovely affair, put on annually by the two teachers, though this year was a little bittersweet, being my third and last. There's something especially special about the little boys, fairly bursting with chivalrous fervor on top of their usual bubbling mischief.
I do have pictures of me, but let's just say that compared with the candid flashbulb-under-fluorescent effect, Liam's rendering above is extremely flattering. And that's what you're getting.
Below: new leaves, backlit by a gloriously sunny sky.
Reskeining: is 3/4 done. Progress has been slowed somewhat by Rob's back injury, incurred while transferring a 25 kg (50 lbs or so) sack of citric acid crystals from post office to car. (On a happier note, the house won't stink of hot vinegar any more.) Still hoping for a Saturday update.