Sims came home Sunday from climbing in Kentucky. He said it was fantastic climbing but it was cold! It even snowed a bit! Quite a change from climbing in Austin. He is learning quite a but about the different types of rock as well as he visits new places.
The kids hosted their international fair this week at their co-op. Sawyer’s group represented Australia. Sims’s group represented Ethiopia. Parks’s group represented Peru. Germany and Korea were also represented. The program went over amazingly well! Each visitor received a sheet of paper with an industry that they represented-ie. solar energy, software company, industrial company, etc. The visitors asked the kids questions about how their country would be able to help the specified industry/if the industry would be a good fit. I was very impressed with the knowledge that the kids had.
Thursday night, Sawyer’s band played at a local brewery. They did amazing! I promise that I am not just saying that. This was by far, their best performance yet. Sawyer was a nervous wreck, but she worked through her fears and sang her heart out.
Friday, the kids introduced a few of their friends to their favorite sport (well, two of them love it).
We have a bit more to wrap up before the holiday as far as school goes, but other than that we are looking forward to a short break.