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Basketball Tuesdays.

Tuesdays are the longest day of my week. Today dragged on and I didn't even care that in the final quarter she took off her shoes 'because Mataio had no shoes on and I felt sorry for him'. Mataio had no shoes on by choice. There's a reason you wear shoes and the reason was proven when she ran into a fence and sliced the skin on top of her toe on a fence this afternoon at Ngawi's house.

Why can't children just listen?

The Little Stars Basketball team won their game today against Aunty Rhan's team. Hubs get's confused after each quarter when they switch ends. She ran all the way back to the other teams try line basketball hoop (?) only to be told she was going the wrong way. Shaily muttered cabbage from the bleachers. I thought it.











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