This week found me sick, and then the kids starting getting sick. sigh. The first official cold of the season, unfortunately.
Abby hasn’t got it yet, so she was able to go to her regular activities this week. Volleyball practice on Monday, band practice on Tuesday, church on Wednesday, CR on Thursday, and a church hay ride tonight, Friday. Oh, you noticed. She has something every night! Her parents are more tired from driving her around, then she is from all her activities. lol Thankfully, church is only about five minutes from our house!
Zach doesn’t have all the activities that Abby does. He made it to church Wednesday night, before catching the cold. He’s missing the hay ride tonight. Poor little dude. He loves the hay ride.
Not feeling well the last two days has afforded him more time for listing to the (affiliate link) Stories of the Pilgrims. This is our first time listening to it. It’s a great audio book. Full review coming soon!
I took my son Calen, 18, for his yearly childhood cancer survivor doctor visit today! we have to wait for the lab work to confirm that nothing is going on, but he is doing great. He was diagnosed with leukemia in October 2000, and finished treatments in December of 2003. It’s been almost 13 years since he was diagnosed! If you know someone that has a child with cancer, check out my Childhood Cancer page linked above.
Zach has been enjoying reading Top Story, the middle school edition of God’s World News. This is a great curriculum supplement. Check out my full review of God’s World News.
And that’s Our Homeschool Week in Review. See you next week!
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