Tag Archives: Pink Fridays

Biking @ Rotfai Park

Every Friday our homeschoolers either have a time out of the classroom.  We would take them out somewhere like go for a swim at the nearest pool, exercise at the park or do some crafts.

Last Friday we decided to go to Chatuchak market to buy a pair of lovebirds for our kids. Since Rotfai park is just around the area, we went there to rent out some bikes, and just have a “down” time.

Pet shopping!

Ria riding on her pink bike with a pink basket


Our homeschoolers ready to bike around!
Ria and me-- ready for a race?

It was a great day.  Trips like these are always something our homeschoolers look forward to!  By the way, we brought home our lovebirds that day, Vanilla and Sky.

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Thanks to (Ate) Ruth for the photos.


Crafts for the girls

Our home schooling still has been suspended because of the flooding.  The road to our learning center has been badly affected, so for a week now the kids did not have anything to do.  We decided that the kids would have crafts for today.  Since our area is not affected, the kids came this morning, and so did their teacher.

They started off with story telling, but I was not able to take photos because I had to charge my camera battery.  The girls had special crafts today.  They were to make something like this:

This is a hair accessory
And so the cutting and the sewing began... the girls with Teacher Belle
colorful threads!
Ria doing her work
The very creative Naomi finished first! Yay! She glued her work on a headband. Nice, eh?
And it beautifully adorned her hair!
Ria glued hers to a clip. Voila!
And Zoe proudly wears her craft with a sweet smile!


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kids in doodles


Our zinnias

Today I harvested all our zinnias and placed them on this brown vase.  It seems that our zinnias have given us enough flowers everyday, and it’s time to get rid of it.  Lately it has started to wilt and this would be the last batch of flowers it has to give me.

I guess there’s a time for everything– it’s time for another set of zinnias to be planted.  Actually those that I’ve planted on pots are ready for transplant already.  Bye, zinnias.  I enjoyed the countless beautiful pinks you gave me over the past 4 months! 😉