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    Tuesday, February 26, 2008

    Unpacking Solidarity

    Today we helped to unpack the Radish's lending library and put it onto the shelves where it belongs. It looks so much nicer in there now; all the bookshelves overflowing with educational materials on nearly every subject from environmentalism and politics, to bike repair and more.

    It was a lot of fun, but also very tiring. We plan to go back there again tomorrow and get a bit more done there if it is really cold outside. See, Keeb's job keeps him standing outside for long hours, and I'm not a big fan of the idea of him loosing a finger or two in the pursuit of a fat paycheck... *laugh*

    The kids have their gym class in the morning, and Ladybug has her bells class in the afternoon. I'm not sure if Faith will want to keep the girls all afternoon again or not, but our schedule is open enough that whatever she wants to do is fine with me. Only thing I'm sure of is that after her bells class, Ladybug is going off to spend some time with her father. He called and asked nicely, and she's been relatively good, so I'm all for their visiting for a while again. As long as she finishes the dishes...

    I feel like the evil step-mother in a children's tale. *chuckle*

    So if it's cold, to the Radish we shall go, gathering the children at whatever time Faith wishes to part with them, and stay until it is time to head over to the free WiFi-enabled gathering place where I work on stuff after hours.

    1 comment:

    Rambleman said...

    Sounds like you've got your work cut out for you, but it also sounds like you're "on it". *smile*