Home education in England: the politics
posted by Gill at 8:47 p.m.
Cutting a piece off an Apple®?
LOL, I wouldn't be surprised...
Surely it's Ctrl+Alt+Del?
Of course! Why didn't I think of that?! ;-)
I won't be surprised if the next thing she said was something along the lines:"Thanks, mum! Now, where's that Undo button?":-)
ROFL - we could do with a "download more apples" option here....
lol! When E was 4 or 5 and just starting to read words on xbox games, we were at an HE group and he looked at the sign above the door, and asked me, "How can you exit a room?"
Post a Comment
Create a Link
Autonomously home-educating, freedom-loving, soapbox-waffling, sometimes understanding & forgiving, trying-to-be-graceful, I-Chinging, organic-gardening, book-loving, can't-dance-for-toffee, finally-got-to-grips-with-the-bank-balance, sweet-talking woman.
View my complete profile
When taxes are too high, people go hungry.
When government is too intrustive, people lose their spirit.
Act for the people's benefit. Trust them; leave them alone.
- Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching. c.500BC