Happy Friday, y’all! I hope you’ve all had an amazing week. I know that the last part of mine is going to be great, because I am at a retreat house with friends.
I hardly ever travel, but this is my second trip in the last month. This one is much more low-key than my trip to the Homeschool Moms’ Winter Summit. It’s just a few friends hanging out sewing, scrapbooking, and blogging. I bet you can’t guess which one I’m doing.
My poor Weekly Wrap-Ups have become so boring now that that kids are doing workbooks and working independently. I mean, I know y’all don’t want to hear, “So, my kids sat in their rooms/at the dining room table and did their workbooks.”
Unfortunately, that’s pretty much what it’s like. This week was a teeny bit different. First, we took Monday off because you shouldn’t have to do school on a day that only happens once every 4 years.
It wasn’t just that, though. The kids had a weekend mission activity at the church, so they were gone from Friday night until Sunday morning doing community service work and attending worship services. I knew they’d benefit from a day to recuperate.
In addition to that, Josh is sick again. He just can’t seem to shake this cold or whatever it is. It will seem like it’s almost gone, then he’s all congested and coughing again. The poor kid will probably get over it about the time everything starts blooming this spring.
Since we took off Monday and I was going to be away from home today, I knew it would be difficult for them to get all their workbook stuff done this week. So, I gave Josh and Megan the option to either do their regular workbooks or do a research project instead.
Believe it or not, Megan chose her workbooks. Josh chose research, though. I’ll watch his presentation when I get home – something about car engines and such.
So, my main goal for this weekend is catching up on online work because I feel like I’ve barely kept my head above water lately. However, I also brought a book (Silenced) and the supplies for putting together a prayer journal, so I plan to spend some time on more recreational and creative pursuits, too.
Did you catch my post at About.com this week? Have fun this month with Unique March Holidays and Fun Ways to Celebrate Them.
Also, don’t forget, if you’re interested in the Journal and Doodle Bible study series, the latest study on John is available for only $14.99 with a free lapbook for your kids until this Saturday, March 5. You can also take 20% off with coupon code WUHS20.
I’m off to relax and recharge. Y’all have an amazing weekend!
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