And When the Shopping’s Done… Posted on May 25, 2016May 25, 2016 by unionhomestead it’s Crema time! Sausage roll, tomato sauce and a hearty debate on whether Psyche was worth Eros’ effort. Go Homeschool! Share this:TweetEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
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So was she worth it?
Here, tomato sauce is seldom served in a little dish/pot – well sometimes. In fancy places. Mostly, the plastic bottle is put on the table in the middle. People here eat a lot of it. We were fascinated that it is rationed in NZ. You’re probably better for it, too.
Opinion was divided. FG felt that her peeking in the box when specifically told not to rendered her too high maintainence 😊
As for tom sauce: interesting. We tend to think ourselves rather uncouth over our national love affair with the stuff hence the refined little jars when in public…they can be refilled a great many times on request. We keep the squeezy plastic bottle for our own tables ☺ Does this mean we are more refined than our Canadian cousins ir just more uptight?😀
haha… wouldn’t want to admit that Kiwis are more refined than us, but I have to admit that you lot are definitely LESS uptight than us – consider Elbowgate in our news right now (you might have to google) – just how many times can a government apologize before moving on to actually governing?
Very cultivated, I am impressed.
It’s an illusion. FG’s love of Greek myths was initiated be reruns of the ’80s tv show Hercules. We just ‘siezed the teachable moment’ 😉
What was the conclusion on Psyche?
Farmgirl felt, at the of it all, she was just a bit
Whoops…a bit too much work for Eros and couldn’t be trusted to behave. The rest of us…well, we know things aren’t always clear cut and black and white so were more willing to cut her sone slack 😊
Home school definitely rules! It must be good to have fun and teach/learn at the same time!
It is wonderful and we are ALL learning lots
What flavour was the muffin? Hmmm, I have no memory of eating muffins or sausage rolls for that matter in class at school.