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  • Tuesday, February 27, 2007
    Now, that was fun!
    I picked the girls up when school got out today, which is a very rare ocassion. They typically go to their after-school program, and often have other activities at the school which they leave the after school program for, and then return when they're done. J. takes classes in knitting and magic tricks, and she has play (she is only in the chorus, because she's in 3rd grade) and E. has her play rehearsal a few times a week. Today, neither of them had anything, and I have a week off. I arrived at the school at 2:05 -- so they spent 5 minutes at their after-school programs.

    We took a nice slow walk for the entire width of our town, from our area on the southern edge to the very northern edge of town - where J. had a 3:00 hair appointment. The girls are fun to be with. They have good senses of humor and are happy and fun to talk with. The walk went quickly.

    J. got her hair cut, and she looks great. Her hair cutter remembered her, and didn't charge us for the hair cut. She said she overcharged us last time (how did she remember? It was November!), and so this time, it's free. I tipped her, thanked her, and went to Gap Kids to look and see what was on sale. I picked up a couple fresh tops for them both, and then we hopped on the T to another outer edge of town, to go to Whole Foods.

    We walked in our door at 4:30 - which is amazingly early compared to our usual 6:15 or 6:20. E. is trying to finish up her last of 25 books that she's reading for school (The Massachusetts Book Awards books - she will then get to vote on which book gets the award, IF she passes the test.) Now the girls are doing homework and reading, and I'm posting and getting ready to do some maintenance on the blog.

    Very nice afternoon, and oh-so-peaceful.

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