After registering the boys with an umbrella school, I whipped out my calendar and began marking down the days we’ll do school and the days we won’t. It’s a loose schedule, no doubt, but it’s a start and I’m going to do my darnedest to stick to some sort of a routine. The flexibility of homeschooling is partially what attracted me, but you and I both know that floundering and spontaneity aren’t my strong suits.
I’ll do my best.
We’ll begin school next Monday, so that means we have one more week of summer to lounge, swim, stay up late and eat irresponsibly. I’m not exactly sure what else we’ll do – or if we’ll do much of anything else. The boys are certainly exhausted of one another (thank goodness co-op classes and Cub Scouts start soon!), so whatever it is we do, the boys will be separated. Today I am thankful for a two-story house.
Over the weekend I finally received my own copies of Green Bay: A City and Its Team. It took more than a year to design and edit it. To finally hold the finished work in my hands was quite emotional.
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