Home education in England: the politics
posted by Gill at 10:22 am
Reminds me of a great friend who used to come round to watch tv with us on a Saturday morning (Swap Shop!)My dad: Why are you all watching tv on this lovely day?Friend: Well, it keeps us off the streets...Zara sounds great!
good one Zara
LOL! I made a similar remark to my youngest and she replied: Ah well, seems you have a problem, then.
Zara's worried us for years!
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