She brought with her the fossil, which Jah Teh gave me the info to find out what it was. How good is it to be surrounded by smart women. Note, Little Jo sitting on my seat. I don't give it up easily and I make sure she knows how privileged she is to be in my seat. I always make sure I am in the computer seat when she arrives, and she kind of hovers, not saying she wants to use the the computer. Her Mother will roar at her, talk and chat to the gay uncles, but at the Highrise, she has google, which her internet connected home does not have! It is always a battle to get her to bathe, but as you can see, she did and had her hair washed by R. She wants to grow her hair long. Sister and Bone Doctor want her to shave it as they will their own as a cancer research fundraiser. R made his opinion very firmly known about her being turned into the school oddity.
I had bought a couple of cheap calendars and she cut them up and made a door calendar. Sister said when they were leaving, you can keep that up until we next visit. Of course we said. 'Poor quality' adhesive was used and 'the wind' blew it all off next day.
ANZAC Day saw Sister, Bone Doctor and Little Jo attended the Queenscliff Dawn Service and then caught the ferry across the bay to Sorrento and then cycle to South Gippsland. I am not sure if Little Jo cycled or not.
In other family news Hippie Niece and her partner (she is back with the Islander) stayed last Friday night and rose early on Saturday morning to attend the Dawn Service at the Shrine of Remembrance. They forgot to take a key and when I woke at about 6.45 I sent her a text that I had unlocked the door and they should wait until someone enters or leaves the building to get in. I had no intention of getting out of bed. The both went back to bed and arose to smell of bacon, sausages and eggs being cooked by R. They left before noon and I went off to work.