Thursday, June 24, 2010

We'll always have tomorrow...if you believe Scarlett and Annie and The Beatles

And so tomorrow we're off to Ballarat at the crack of Dawn.
People will start to gossip at the amount of times I've seen Dawn's crack of late.
Yes, yes, I'm a crude poppet at times.
But fortunately Dawn doesn't mind.
Dragging the carcass of Aspie teen out of bed will be such fun (that was sarcasm if you missed it).
His Lordship has requested a visit to the art gallery in Ballarat and he was rather happy to hear that there was an Aboriginal gallery/culture centre, too.
And 17 op shops.
Count them.
S-e-v-e-n-t-e-e-n of the buggers.
Yes, I'm packing the mega-large backpack with extra storage and His Nibs will be carrying a backpack of his own.
So I won't need to order that shipping container he was eyeballing.
I hope.


Valerie Foley said...

I love your adventures.
I file them away, as I am fairly sure we will homeschool HS, and I am building up a bank of Aspie friendly experiences.

I know it's five years away, but 2005 seems like a blink ago.


Ro said...

Thanks, Valerie :)
There are so many resources out there for homeschooling it makes it easy at times :)

DQ said...

this sounds glorious to me, except the getting up at the crack of dawn part. I love art, op shops and exploring places!
I hope you all have a wonderful time!

Ro said...

Thanks, DQ, it is worth it in the end lol.