A Day in the Life 2019-Thursday

Finally a day without a class!

715: I woke up with the kids moving a few minutes after I did.  Breakfast, morning chores, and getting dressed.

840: 15 minute clean up.

900: Reading and discussion in the sunroom followed by individual work.  I worked with Parks a good but today while Sawyer worked on science, math and Latin.  Sims worked on Reading Horizons and chemistry.  Then he headed up to his room to finish up putting his new volume on his climbing wall.  Last night, he and his dad got the ceiling piece hung.

1140: Sawyer and I discussed her work.  Then I did some light cleaning and ate lunch followed by some work on the project I am presenting next week in co-op.

130: Sims headed to work with a tutor on his Geometry and chemistry.  Sawyer, Parks and I went to the dollar store to get a laser pointer to play with the kitties that they are pet sitting.  Then we went to check in on the kitties.

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The joy of pet sitting!

245: I dropped off Sawyer and Parks and picked up Sims for another appointment .

400: Back home.  Picked up Parks to drop him off at a friend’s house.  Came back and picked up the older two for climbing.  Finally made it to the grocery store (Terri from the Homeschooling Doctor- I actually heard your voice today as I. was shopping.  We are in a tough spot right now and I am buying more “processed” food than I have ever bought!  I heard you saying, “Maybe your food is contributing to your tough spot.”  lol.  I know that I will get back to more whole foods as the spring comes closer and my kids leave the house and I have time…….)

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Another beautiful sunset.  

615: Finally back home and prepping some meals with the new groceries!  Parks came in right after I pulled in.

 

5 thoughts on “A Day in the Life 2019-Thursday

  1. I’m here! (Grin!!) Heareth my voice … Ahahaha! 🙂 That’s a post to write, too! (On managing clean eating in hectic school/sports/activity schedules.) As my two oldest kids have moved into extracurricular sports with local high schools, our evenings have gotten hectic. I, too, have had to make some exceptions to what we eat. We’ve had to travel hours to games. Had to run to three different practices for three different kids. So, this is a new phase for me as I learn how to make food fit as a priority while keeping everyone fed and me with peace.

    I LOVE that climbing wall in the room. And how they’re working on it together.

    Love to you, my homeschooling and health comrade.

    Okay. Off to a long Saturday meet.

    Terri

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