In my life this week ... I would say it's pretty much "back to normal". No camps. No visiting relatives. No out-of-town trips. There are still some activities going on this week, with Co-op and church. And my husband started a new job today, so we have the excitement of that!
In our homeschool this week… We are just going to concentrate on some daily reading. We officially start school in a little over three weeks, so I just want to concentrate on a little more routine.
Places we’re going and people we’re seeing… We'll be seeing mostly Co-op and church friends this week. It's a week of preparation in both groups.
My favorite thing this week was… spending some time away with my husband on Thursday and Friday, and having the kids do so well so that we could do it without worry (we ruined Brynne last summer when we left her for two weeks to go to Hawaii)! I also really enjoyed spending time with my sister and niece. Going to the NKOTBSB concert with them and my older daughter was definitely a highlight.
working/not working for us… Lack of routine. It never works for us.
Questions/thoughts I have… Again, where are my Teaching Textbooks materials? I'm not too concerned about it, because if they don't get here in time I'll just have Dawson do some Pre-Algebra review on Khan Academy. But, still .. looking forward to getting it!
Things I’m working on… more U.S. History! And now I only have about three weeks to get about five units done. I am going to be busy the rest of the summer! I am also working on Brynne's birthday party that is next month. (This is exactly what I said last week.)
Books I’m reading… Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen, The Book Whisperer by Donalyn Miller, Seasons of a Mother's Heart, by Sally Clarkson (reading with the moms in our Co-op Playgroup), More Faith in My Day by Emilie Barnes (my daily devotional).
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This is on my husband's nightstand. A real-life-book! He doesn't like to read, and I took a chance and checked this out from the library for him. He's almost read the whole book this week. Everytime I can't find him, he's in the bedroom reading.
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