I remember being in his shoes and the transition from primary school to high school was incredibly daunting, not to mention that paying private school fees is financially pretty tough on me, so I guess I had hoped he'de be a high achiever being in a focused academic environment, but like most parents you come to realise that your children are only capable of what they are capable of . I'm proud of him for trying and he is a polite & talented boy in other areas and is healthy & happy. I do the best I can for my boys with what I have & I have to keep reminding myself that it's ok if they don't turn to be Einstein's.
I enjoyed a week off from my job this week & I sure achieved alot at home. I've have been getting stuck into unfinished projects while the boys are at school . The magazine table that was all rusted I showed in an earlier post is all but finished. I have also given this little box from a flea market a new lease of life & now have a place for my postcards family & friends send from overseas.
This is one of my favourite postcards from New York of the Brooklyn Bridge.
I am itching to get back there on holidays. One day !
Tomorrow its back to work for me & exams are done for my boy.
Another bite of the apple taken .. Phew
& another day done
Good night all
Ms V xx