I'd better write something a little lighter after this morning's effort.
Little Jo is learning the value of money. I've mentioned it before but Sister opened up Little Jo's money box to find notes stuffed into it, notes taken from Sister's purse and Bone Doctor's wallet. That was a while ago.
When we visited Point Lonsdale Sunday Market yesterday, I noticed Little Jo had a calico bag with lots of coins in the bag. Somehow, she lost the bag which a kind adult friend had personalised for her with her initials, but not the money. Yes, we backtracked but did not find.
Little Jo is allowed to order one lunch from the local shop near her school each term. She gets very excited about lunch order day each term.
Sister sent an sms today, "What's wrong with schools today? They teach your kids to write. Then the cheeky ones like Little Jo write unauthorised lunch orders with a hotdog, sausage roll and choc milk."
I am not sure if Little Jo was successful with her naughty behaviour. Perhaps not, as Sister knew about it. While we were there, she made an envelope and a decorated letter on which R wrote a thank you note for the £10 Snow Aunty and Uncle in England (R's sister and bro in law) sent her for her birthday. I just hope Sister took control of the £10.