It was the last day of school today. My little man burst into tears just after he was let out, from the sheer exhaustion of this last term I think. He's snuggled up reading with his big brother, life at a slower pace.
The meeting went well yesterday with the reporter. There will be a picture of us parents in the weekend paper, complete with our angry faces!
As one school year closes it's been a time to reflect over the last year, what I've been up to, how the children are growing up, what I want to achieve in the next year. But I won't share my thoughts now, that's for another time.
I'll end with a quote, a favourite of mine, which is quite apt as we fight Optus about their cellphone tower (oops, did I just name and shame?), one which has stuck with me from university, written by the ever insightful George Orwell:
"We build a prison, and call it progress ..."
'Til next time xxx