I’m squishing half of American Government in for Matt this year, since we are up to the modern history. I kept seeing, “can you pass the US citizenship test,” on FB. Since the text book I bought for this section Continue reading Meme inspired homeschool
Last week I was organized enough to go swimming at the Y before Dan needed to drive to work. But the time change hadn’t happened yet, so I needed a flashlight to walk down the hill. As I was rummaging Continue reading Yeah, I meant to do that…?
When both Annie and Elisabeth posted inspiring What Worked in 2014 posts, I wanted to write one too. And I just barely managed to do it before February! No, the photos don’t match anything. But hey, I got photos up, Continue reading What worked in 2014
You know those late winter weeks when you soul itches, the kids keep getting stomach flus, but they beg to go to any chance to see their friends and catch more? When you stock up on clementines and make the Continue reading Where did Feb go?
Ben’s two weeks of summer vacation are over. I’m out of printer toner, so I had to just e-mail him his check off lists, he was hoping to put his lab top away since it can be a distraction as Continue reading Ben’s first day this year
I e-mailed my paperwork to the school system this year – another experiment in lazy convenience, I wonder if they will loose it? There are new personnel in all the ages I report, so the pattern I’m used to is Continue reading Fragments
In the process of diagnosing my celiac, the gastroenterologist noticed that I have GERD. Now that I know it, I notice it too. And caffeine is indeed a trigger for me. No, not the coffee! Not the tea! And not Continue reading No, not the coffee!
Ben’s box of dissection samples arrived today. I decided to spread the curriculum bills out over the year by not buying them unit I needed them. I got the last family added to the co-op data base this morning, added Continue reading The box came
I’m coordinating a Barry Stebbings Art Seminar for next week at my church. On the only day the contractor can install the new elevator. The contractor is putting up a temporary wall so the young children stay out of the Continue reading Bits and Bobs
Well, swimming has become the norm now. Unless K is told she isn’t watching a video while B is in charge, there are no more tears and goodbyes from each window as I walk to the Y. I did want Continue reading Walking to the Y
Mostly because my back doesn’t hurt, or my hip. The IBS is much better, so is the Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. But more importantly, I didn’t yell yesterday. Yesterday was also tolerable because I’m married to Dan, he ameliorates everything. Actually, Continue reading So Glad I’ve Been Swimming and a South Western pizza
B washed the dinner dishes, M swept the kitchen floor. M’s library book on tape is playing, Beverly Cleary always makes me laugh. Dan is bathing K. We’ve done school, I’m recovered after updating www.christineguestdesigns.com, which I’ve been obsessing about Continue reading Contented Evening