Monday 25th August
Ian spent the first two hours at work today trying to reorganise the tables in the Café, it is really bright in there now and looks so much bigger. That was the problem really, Ian wanted to reorganise the seating because the place looks bigger and he felt that it could be better laid out than it was prior to the redecorating.
It took him two hours to come to the conclusion that despite the place looking bigger, it was not in fact going to hold more tables and chairs or allow the furniture to be placed in a different position from that which it has always been.
Carolyn took Fraser and Marisas application forms to Cornerstone school and both kids have been accepted, Fraser from October and Marisa from February although we are going to try to get her in earlier if we can.
The kids took their Skates and Skateboards to school today, for a 50 Cent donation all the kids were going to be able to skate round a course designed by the kids in year seven at lunchtime.
The result was that all the bigger kids knocked seven bells out of the smaller ones, Fraser and Kristian saw what was happening and saved their money by not taking part while Marisa braved it and ended up taking a tumble and hurting her wrist.
It was a quiet day in the Café today which gave us a chance to get a bit reorganised, lets hope it gets busier later in the week to help pay for all the work.
Kristian and Marisa went to Cubs this evening, after it had finished Carolyn went to a Cubs Parent and committee meeting, needless to say Carolyn was the only parent there apart from some of the committee.
Busselton has a trotting track and it turns out that the Cubs organise the snack bars for it, the only problem is they can’t get enough people to help them and bearing in mind it brings in an awful lot of money for the group, they don’t want to lose it. We think that they might have liked our assistance and Carolyn had to explain to them that at the time these events are taking place, it will be the middle of summer, we will be working seven days a week and could not possibly fit it in.