Here in our neck o' the woods, Spring Break is two weeks long. Ten school days and two weekends to fill while all the kids are free to roam around, ask too many questions, try to ask for too many treats, watch too much t.v., yell too loudly, and just generally be kids. It would be fabulous if we actually had the money to go on a holiday to have the time off school, but as it is, the man works and I took time off to stay home and save the daycare fees. My job is casual, so I can do that, and I think it pretty well evens out financially so I might as well spend the time with my boy. I thought up a bunch of frugal activities well in advance, so I wouldn't be stuck for what to do when I just couldn't stand another minute in the house. I also hope to do some Spring re-organizing. ( I never say the C word, it's too demoralizing)
So far, on day three of Spring Break, we haven't really stuck to the pre-planned ideas, but it's nice to know they are there.
Here are some of the things we have done so far for fun:
-Practiced our Elvis dance routine for Aunty's 60th
-phoned Gramma to brag of our dance moves/accomplishments
-gone to the twoonie swim
-made homemade blizzards (yum!)
-walked around the multiplex, seven laps is a mile (good thing, too)
-Hunted through Value Village after donating 5, (count 'em 5!) blue bags filled with old stuff and earning a 30% off coupon.
-Cleaned out the entryway closet from winter to spring
-had $1.99 Whoppers from BK (need another seven laps :P)
-played at the park with a school friend.
What are you doing for Spring Break?
Feel free to let me know in the comments section.