Finally we came to an agreement, and it wasn’t too bad, considering. We could take the Landrover but I was the only one allowed to drive it, even though Kevin had his P’s and I didn’t. But Dad knows I’m a good driver. We could go to the top of Tailor’s Stitch. We could invite the boys but we had to have more people: at least six and up to eight. That was because Mum and Dad thought there was less chance of an orgy if there were more people. Not that they’d admit that was the reason — they said it was to do with safety — but I know them too well.
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First up is Storytime Ukelele with the traditional song Aiken Drum.
Mr. Keith has Five Enormous Dinosaurs .
Lisa wants to Build a Snowman with her participatory flannelboard.
Jessica is serving up two heaping posts about vegetables: The Veggies in the Soup and Veggie Riddles .
And Kathryn is representing Pandas !
Kate is sharing her version of one of my favorite rhymes "Way Up High in the Apple Tree"
And Wendy shared her version of one of my favorite folk tales, The Enormous Turnip !
“Season 1, the pilot sends you on this course. It’s like an ocean tanker — you’re not able to just flip it around. So what really helps is being able to do a clean restart. That’s something we intend to do next season, because it worked so well this past season. We added two new characters, we had two characters that sort of fell out of our orbit — obviously Wentworth (Miller) has fallen back into our orbit. That’s the wonderful thing about this show. The only thing that has to remain is the Waverider. It’s a time travel show, so the only thing that’s not going to change is that it always changes.”