Monthly Archives: October 2015
Highlights from the SAS Carnival definitely included bubble soccer.
Blake has been planning to be Percy Jackson for 5 months. We bought the shirt in Canada, had the necklace delivered to China from the States, made the lightening bolt, Medusa shield and laurels here at home. And if you know the books at all, you’ll know why Blake has a ball point pen in … Continue reading
It started with Bella’s mom and I wanting to get together for a quick drink while the kids played together and grew into a mammoth playdate including Bella, Blake and their friends Andrew and Jennifer. The four kids played at our house for an hour and a half then took the bus into Jinqiao. Then they … Continue reading
Blake is being Percy Jackson this year and he is really happy about that because he LOVES Percy Jackson. That means he will be wearing jeans, a Camp Half Blood t-shirt, a bead necklace and carry a pen in his pocket. He would love to bring a sword to school, Anaklusmos, but no weapons are allowed … Continue reading
Babies are wriggly. 7 year olds aren’t much better. It was tough to get a pic of these two in their Vancouver t-shirts, but this was the best I could manage.
This year (actually, this week) we are opening our brand spanking new Performing Arts Centre. It’s going to look like this: Gorgeous, right? We have invited a visiting artist from Australia named Pamela Irving to help us create a mosaic for the foyer. Every single student, teacher, employee is invited to, encouraged to, and in some … Continue reading
Today is a day we recognize and celebrate all the diversity we have here at SAS. I was outside taking pictures this morning of our gorgeous kids in their gorgeous clothes. I kept tearing up. Kids were running up to me to ask me to take their picture with their friends and telling me all … Continue reading
Blake and Bauer (and Scott and I) dressed up in Superman t-shirts for twin day. We were quadruplets, I guess. Tomorrow is Sports Day. Blue Jays Jerseys will be worn!