After quite some time and a lot that happened, another newsletter from the Widis in Wyssachen is approaching. A lot has been happening, that's why it is a bit longer than usual...


Start of school

Benaja has successfully started school. After some questions, whether or not Nayara should already start school too, she is attending kindergarden again and is happy. It's going well and we are glad for this: Even though you never know, how another desicion would have worked out, it pretty much looks like, the chosen one is not bad for sure! Matthja is happy in the playgroup: It is already the last year of playgroup, a member of our family in this generation is attending :-)

For Benaja we started an assessment regarding his capabilities: School is ok for him, but a lot is rather boring at the same time (beside read and write, also in mathematics he is a bit ahead of what is usual): He is good on his way - a bit above average for his age - on the other side, he is rather challenged with concentration and stick on something. The threshold between "very easy" and "very difficult" is quite small - fighting something out is not a strength of him yet :-) With his behavior he additionally disturbs some lections. We want to check now together with the school, how we can encourage him more: intellectually and non-intellectually.


As I am fully in the process of creating this website, I must also test a bit. Therefore I create this article, so I can test the functionality of the blog.

Our family-newsletter, which at the moment comes as a simple text-email, should from now on be an article of this blog... But that I still have to build - luckily there is Joomla, which is easier to manage with every version...


Again I try to rebuild my old website from the year 2004.

Kindly I am allowed to do this at a workshop with Pasci - we are the three of us: Frankie, Pascal and myself - everyone of us works on his own website, besides that we help each other with upcoming questions (well, honestly we have to admit, it is mainly Pascal helping Frankie and myself - the other way round is VERY seldom).

Thank you very much, Pasci!