The calendar pieces
I also got her fake money, and venus fly trap set to grow which should be fun. We then went on a search for cheap book shelves because I needed several more due to the increased amount of books piles growing around the apartment. We ended up finding some in the last place we looked, of course. Two nice ones, on sale and bigger than the one we already had. Some minor errands finished our outing, and it was now 3:00. When we got back, hubby started to build the shelves and Roo and I sorted and pieced together the calendar. We had to use two spots to hang it because we are short on space here but it does the job. Next task stacking books in appropriate piles and moving things to make room for the new shelves. We ended up with 3 book shelves in a row in our living room/dining room. A little cramped but I am pleased with the outcome. By the end of all that it was 6 and we were hungry. I cooked dinner, we ate at 7 and by that time Roo was getting super dancy and talkative. This is usually a sign of over tiredness so we got changed into our pjs, got her something else to eat (because of course she never eats what I make) and then to bed. The day just escaped, but we are back on track for tomorrow.
The middle one Roo declared was hers, so she stacked her books and toys on it;)
Today I also received in the mail, my long awaited Getting Started with Latin by WIlliam E. Linney. Lesson one completed, nauta meaning sailor. I am glad the lessons are short and build on previous lessons for reinforcement. I definitely will make time to work through these daily. I get my head start on her Song School Latin for next year. Let's hope my brains retains as much as it used to.