Well, I had this idea when I woke up this morning that I could sometimes write a note in English.
When I was young, should I say younger, I spent a couple of years in Britain and I really enjoyed it. I learnt to speak English, I even managed to find a job for the second year after a year as an erasmus student. i don’t know if the Erasmus program still exists, but if so, I hope my children will have a chance to be part of it. In the meantime, I often speak english at work, but I still need to practice it.
Anyway, if you don’t speak English, you can just copy and paste this note on Google traduction.
If you speak a little bit of English you should be able to read this note quite easily.
First day of Easter holidays here, and because I’m brave and full of energy I’ve suggested the kids that we could do some plaster masks. I took the idea after having spent some time on this brilliant blog. Everything is possible to to with the children very easily. Most of the time, you don’t need much material, so you can just have a look, decide straight away what to do, and have it done in the next 2 hours.
So today, we did some masks. I had done some before, and the kids spent a lot of time decorating them and wearing them. That’s for tomorrow, they are not dry yet. This time, I’d like to file them with plaster to get a molding of their faces. I might try this tomorrow as well.
If you fell like commenting with your first day holiday program (in English of course), fell free!!