When I started out, I hoped that blogging would be a fun way to keep me inspired and "accountable" to friends, family and new friends along the way, for the many projects that I need to start/complete. It has, but "real life" has still crept up and caught me this week!
Due to snow and construction, we haven't had co-op since before I started to blog, so that's one whole (long but very, very good) day. Tuesday was our first day back. I teach Georgia history and geography through lapbooking to nine third through fifth graders. It has been one of the most rewarding things I have done in homeschool. I have mostly boys, but could not ask for a better bunch! They soak up information and really seem to be interested in each topic we study! Here are the guys,the girls were both absent, they must have heard that I was going to show a Revolutionary War video! The guys couldn't get "close" enough.
Wednesday I chased down $86.51 worth of groceries for $17.82!
Plus a raincheck on my Eight O'Clock Coffee!
While Keen Dad drove me to the stores which were out of town, I typed up the puppet script for our teen puppet ministry on Wedneday nights...nothing like a lilttle procrastination!
took six loads to become this:
Plus two more loads that went into the dryer...a little behind on laundry too.
And I have six sick people in my house! :(
I am working on a couple of "projects" if they will just cooperate with me!
Nothing like a little reality check!