We greet this spooky holiday after another good busy week. As always, there was lots of reading.
|Of course it was after bedtime...but who can spoil a party like THIS?|
I got an extension cord that works with our bat, so it is now glowing happily!
|Finished bat viewed from outside!|
And everyone worked hard at parkour, working on climbing, balancing, coordination, and all that good stuff.
Cadence has also started taking a homeschool computer class this 'semester'. They will be covering a variety of topics - photography, filmmaking, and video game design...it is offered via the microsoft store, so I have no doubt that it will be mostly focused on proprietary hardware, but I was encouraged by the intstruction I was privy to, (in this photo the teacher is discussing the rule of thirds in photography) and am hopeful that the base skills they pick up here will carry over to whatever context they chose to take it to.
|Can you even see Cadence in here? She's so tiny compared to everyone else...|
And of course, it being Halloween week, we had to carve jack-o-lanterns.
|James kept Pita safe away from the cutting instruments|
And as a special, we-won't-have-many-outdoor-days-now cool activity, our friend Acoatzin invited us over to use his brand spankin' new rig! Aerials outdoors is a special sort of happy place, but you have to be safe about it, so this was a great treat!
|Acoatzin helps us with a little mother-daughters Lyra fun!|
Happy Halloween, all!