Morning Hysterics

Week two of the kids exams starts today and what do you think happened? We all got up late! There was a mad rush to get everyone out the door and off to school. The kids pushing and shoving to be the first in the bathroom, even though they have three to choose from. Banging around in the kitchen trying to slurp down too hot tea.

              'Where's my bag?', 


'What happened to my shoes?', 

                                                                                                                   'Hurry UP!',          
      'Get in the car so we can GO!' 

Maybe this is a good thing... adrenaline is pumping now -  the blood flow to the brain has begun! Next week the school holidays will begin. A two week break for the kids. So far we haven't planned anything.

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  1. good morning kadeja,
    and have cafَe it's work with "Morning Hysterics" to focus on,

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