The photos I took at the gig were a bit crap so I went with the tour poster. Full review will be up on the Moshville Times website in the next day or so, but it was good to see Buckcherry again and to be introduced to Adelitas Way.
I had some free time after tutoring today, and finally managed to get round to tidying up and updating one of the resources we use for pupils working with MS Access. I’ve only been meaning to do it for about 2 months. So a pretty uninteresting picture for most of you, but a “yay, did it at last” for me.
We went swimming today but apparently taking pictures there is illegal or something. So instead, here’s the kids last night as we settled down to play Deadpool Monopoly. We lasted 2 hours, and packed up for bedtime with nobody crying or sulking. Not even me. The game will be continued at a later date.
It’s always a risk when you take a couple of small people into your grown-ups’ Krav Maga class. Thankfully I have nice classmates and instructors, and there’s plenty in the gym for them to play with to keep them out of the way… most of the time. They had to join in the warm-up, though. It’s not often they get to ride piggyback in full-on “touch someone else on the head” warfare!
They were good when instruction was being given as well, though I was particularly pleased when John was detailing “grab them by putting your fingers in their eyes” and Niamh giggled. We’ve taught her well.
Sometimes a little retail therapy just works. I popped into Braehead to walk the kids around and pick them up a toy or two (because, you know, it keeps them quiet) and of course ended up buying something for myself. Oops. Hey, you can’t have too many novelty Monopoly sets, can you? The kids want to play it tomorrow, too. Oops.