Cherry Blossom On A Sunny Day

This week we moved our meets outdoors again for the year and were fortunate that the sun came out to greet us. The Kelvingrove Park fountain managed to hold its appeal from previous years and the children set to work decorating it with chalk.

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The blossoming cherry trees provided inspiration for some.

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Some of the more adventurous among us climbed higher than ever before,

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while others had a good splash in whatever water they could find.

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There were games of hopscotch,

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larking about at the play park,

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tree climbing, picnicking and lots of opportunity for adults to chat.

Feeling very satisfied and happy, my family came home and did some research into Walter Scott’s “Lady Of The Lake” which was the inspiration for the wonderfully versatile fountain in the park.

If you home educate or are thinking about it and are interested in coming along to group meets, get in touch via email – sapnaagarwal@hotmail.co.uk

 

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