I helped with the Church Fair this morning. It was okay. Not brilliant, not amazing, but okay. The hook a duck stall has gone missing, which was rather embarassing as I had splashed it's charms all over face book. Still, the other stalls were there and a good time was had by all. I was in charge of the roll tuppenny, where two pence pieces are rolled down a wooden groove and they are lost or, depending where they land, the win a prize. I made £2.04, and while it was a drop in the ocean of the profits, lots of little kids had a great time!
Bear is being very bear. He is well able to inhale three weeks worth of sugar in a sitting, and has set his sights on eating his bodyweight in sugar in a day, but today he refused an offer of a free cake (very politely!) and has just insisted on going downstairs and peeling and chopping carrots to snack on. This week he is very focussed on healthy eating. I have no idea what next week will bring.
Bear has had a good day. He went to the big adventure playground with DH while I was at the fair, calling in for a quick play of the roll tuppenny game and an ice cream float (he wasn't entirely virtuous), before going out to see a production of the Addams Family by a youth theatre group. It was a lot of fun, really well staged. Then we had tea at his favourite cafe and now it is a quiet evening.