As last read on the Cultracy, Vinny mastered cooking, the Watcher finally turned on free will, there was a huge fire at the Munco Espresso Cafe which involved in some way a smiling psychopath, we found out awesome-sitter’s replacement is evil-sitter, Karla finally found a third skill to master (street art), the family finally replaced the useless sports car with a van, Antonio became the Legacy’s first ever teen, Elizabetta left toddlerhood, Tony got a sailboat, and Vin told Sep an over dramatized bedtime story for no particular reason.
Hey there readers, zefiewings typing away the story of our ever lovely Karla Cultric. Together we strive to convey the message of culture, following the challenge rules of my own design which can always be found in the menu at the top of the blog.
Anyone who has been noticing my chapter titles may be worried what is in store. Anyone who hasn’t noticed them just got their attention drawn to them which may or may not have been my purpose of this dark foreshadowing. I guess you’ll never know…
There are two firsts on the school bus this day: Elizabetta on her first day of elementary school and Antonio going to his first day of high-school.
Which I suppose is not as scary as usual since it is the same building…
…why is it the same building?
That school must be SO CROWDED!
Ahem…back on track.
For the first time in ages, the adults have the house to themselves. And while there are plenty of chores to be done in a house of seven, they can’t resist taking some time to themselves.
I wonder what they will be up too? eyebrow waggle
Oh…right. That’s good too.
Some nice relaxing quiet time in the finally quiet house. I can get behind that.
But the school day is not all that long, and before they know it their kids are back and working on their homework assignments.
Betta “Could that day have been any longer?! And why do I have homework on my first day?”
Guess the length was relative. The homework on the first day observation might be getting old…but I will never stop finding it terrible for the kids. Especially in elementary school.
The twins often play together and its really cute. I was looking through the house and couldn’t find them for a second. Then I heard the giggling coming from the back yard.
Karla: “Kids?! Time for bed!”
Claudia comes running but Montez trails behind looking sad.
Karla: “Here sweetie. I’ll read you a bedtime story.”
That’s all fine and well Karla but that is Antonio’s bed. Care to try that again?
Elizabetta winds down from her homework with a nice hot bath and ducky time.
Ducky time makes everything better. Deny it if you dare.