Today has been a very long day. I woke up for my 9am lecture on Algorithms where the lectures spoke about SatNavs before learning about integration. I then ate porridge for my mid morning snack before completing some coding.
During the evening, I helped at a local Beaver unit to make Christmas decorations before helping at Scouts where we played the peel game. This was learning about capitalism and the unfair trade market. I then headed back to my flat and it was snowing.
As usual, I am going to try and blog every single day leading up to Christmas (we shall ignore last year as I may or may not have given up on day 3/4). I will explain my chaotic day below:
I went to my SSAGO meeting and we made Christmas hats for our pom-pom duck. I then went back to my flat to write up my maths work before heading off house hunting with my future flatmates. We found a lovely house which we are gonna reserve for next year. After getting back in the rain (near hail), we cooked dinner (where Ella, nearly almost poisoned herself). Following this, we watched I’m a Celeb before dragging George out to game with Ella. For supper we ate garlic bread, opened our advent calendars, defrosted tomorrow’s dinner and listened to Christmas music.
84’s been a busy 🐝 recently, so I’ve takeover the reins again.
84 has told me that if I’m doing a take over I have to blog about something useful. Well I nearly said phhhh to that but then I had an idea – I’m going to share with you how I make the perfect cup of tea.
Apologies in advance if I miss a few steps but I’m only a little bear. 🐻
Step one: Fill the kettle with water and turn on the kettle.
Step two: While waiting for the water to boil, get a mug and place a tea bag in it.
Step three: Now here’s the shocker place your desired amount of milk into the mug.
Step four: When the water has boiled, pour it into the mug.
Step five: Leave the tea to brew for a few minutes
Step six: Stir the tea to see how strong it is – check the colour I like mine strong so leave the teabag in for a while.
Step seven: When the tea is the desired strength remove the teabag
Step eight: Leave to cool for a short time – nobody likes a burnt tongue.
Over the past weekend I completed online Strategy and Evolution. For the past 2 years I have helped out with Strategy and attended Evolution as a participant. The weather has usually been warm and sunny during this camp and this year also lived up to the warm weather.
During this weekend we would complete different activities on the Saturday earning points as a team. Different activities would include; nail painting, obstacle course, wire maze, first aid, bag check, ring toss etc. For the online version we were set 15 activities to complete. These included; spending a night outside, nail painting, first aid, drinking a pint of water, designing a new weapon, making ice cream, creating your own campsite, etc.
Blue and I both participated together and Blue tried to paint my nails in triple blue. I really enjoyed participating and so did Blue and we cannot wait until we can go camping again.
Hi Blue here again again, 84 would like me to reclaim her blog this week as she has been out busy this weekend. On Saturday, she watched the Rugby and England (no spoiler here) won so are heading to the Rugby World Cup Final – she is just hoping she’ll be able to watch the match on Saturday at her reunion camp. Next she headed out to the local craft fair and brought a few bits to help with her scrapbook. That afternoon, she spent painting her white calculator lid – I still don’t understand but I did have a go at helping her.
On Sunday, she headed to see her grandparents. 84 enjoyed an extra hour in bd due to the clocks moving before she headed to the sea side. She got to see the seaside and took many photos. Below are some of her favourite:As well as taking photos, she saw two of her Aunts and three of her many cousins. She also got to eat a delicious homemade roast dinner as well as learnt about Lech Wałęsa.