Not a lot going on today, although we did get a load more rain, which I bet you’re really needing to soften your dig up a bit!
I spent most of the day on the computer downloading, then this afternoon I went to the shop and bought a ridiculously large amount of shopping, which will hopefully last us the rest of the month.
We got chips and potato cakey things for tea from the chip shop. After tea I gave him a bath and he played with his mechanical swimming fish in his fish tank that Nana bought him.
The next two weeks are the school holidays, so at least I can take advantage of the fact I don’t have a job yet to spend some time with Joshua doing fun things.
Deanne is going out with Michelle tomorrow as she is over from Melbourne for the weekend, not sure what Josh and I are going to do yet!
Today was mostly a housework-y sort of day. I washed our sheets, hoovered and did various other things that needed doing. Next Thursday we have an inspection of the house by the owners/estate agents so I’m starting to think about getting it clean and tidy for that.
I actually finished my job application. I got the educational institution wrong yesterday, it’s ECU not UWA, thankfully not the Joondalup campus this time though. I sent it off this evening after Deanne had read through it.
Joshua had a really good day at daycare today, no unwanted hugging took place and he didn’t get into trouble at all. Hopefully all our reiteration has finally got through to him. Touch wood!
We had a late tea because Deanne’s cousin Sharon came round to drop some things off that Deanne ordered. After we’d all had a bit of a chat and she had left we went to the local fish and chip shop and brought chips and potato fritters for tea. Joshua also got an ice cream for being such a good boy today.
Because it was late after we finished tea Joshy didn’t have a bath, just a toothbrush and story then bed, although we did spend a couple of minutes sorting out the pile of 50 cent pieces Olive sent over for him the other day and putting them in his various money boxes.
Not sure what we’re doing this weekend, although Sharon suggested that you can get cheap Quorn and Linda McCartney veggie stuff at Spud Shed so we’ll probably make a trip there at some point. We were also thinking about heading into Fremantle just for a bit of a day out.
Money, Money, Money