Sunday, July 31, 2016

Another week bites the dust....

Week 3....
 
I have found that my children need advance warning if we are going to have a crazy day or week.  So, I was prepared in advance this week and gave them notice.  Thursday was going to be a fun, yet long day, without school in the mix.  We worked around that day and they got all their schoolwork done before fencing on Friday.  (That's our new rule--all the week's work has to be done before they leave.)
 
Peanuts movie, dentist consult for one and dentist appointments for all, a library chess tournament....

Week 3....

Some highlights: 
 
  • New blogs were created as part of computer class:  Life and Times of a Homeschool Teen and life music chess.  We will be using this opportunity to also work on writing and editing. 
  • Michael actually chose to play in the chess tournament and had a great time!
  • No one died from biology.
  • Milkshakes all around after great reports from the dentist.
  • Last week of summer Bible study--it was such a blast!



Joshua and the Battle of Jericho
 
 
Saturday, I was up and out of the house before 6 AM for the CCI yard sale with my trusty sidekick, Tera.  We are in a transition year with an upheaval in our location.  We are trying to function like they have in the past years, but it has been very difficult.  Tera and I have been trying to come up with some new ideas that are less strenuous on the CCI volunteers--mainly a group of older ladies.  Here is one of the ideas I came up with to present for our booth at the town's fall festival:
 
 
Today, we took a day of rest and hung around the house.  The last couple of days I have not felt well, but today I felt like my body is starting to chill out a bit.  After resting and unplugging for the most part this weekend, I feel so much better!  Tera fell asleep on the couch; Daniel laid down in bed to read for a long time; Michael and I snuggled on the couch to read The Green Ember. 
 
 
 



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