Monday, April 03, 2017

The Simple Woman's Daybook for April 3, 2017

For Today...



Looking out my window ... the grass is turning that lush springtime green.


I am thinking ... about too many things at once.


I am thankful ... for the Youth Rally that was held over the weekend at church. M-girl had a wonderful time and learned so much. She's really dragging today, though.


One of my favorite things ... luncheons at church - we at really well yesterday.


I am wearing ... jeans and the top in my profile picture. We're going to a play this afternoon: Anne of Green Gables.


I am creating ... soccer schedule charts. Always fun.


I am watching ... a play this afternoon. So exciting.


I am hoping ... I stay awake for the play. I chaperoned Friday night so I'm not at my best, either.

I took this full bag of work and did none of it! 

I am learning ... about consistent homeschooling.


In my kitchen ... let's not think about this, please.


In the school room ... we are finishing the last year of AmblesideOnline Year 5. Next week is Break Week.  Woo-hoo!


A moment from my day ... Saturday Night dinner was grilled burgers ... yum!


Closing Notes ... I'm so excited about the new Homeschool Consistency Boot Camp that's ramping up this week from Pam Barnhill. We ran the Beta in the fall and have added a ton of help and resources this spring. I get to work behind the scenes and with our participants via Facebook. It's such an exciting and helpful program. We'd love to have you join us!! (Full disclosure: I'm not an affiliate, but Pam pays me for work I do for her, so I get some benefit if you decide to purchase. Generally, that income pays for my kids' music classes and other extra curriculars.)




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3 comments:

  1. I feel a kindred spirit with you since we are practically on the same schedule as your family. We finished our Year 5 two weeks ago and are gearing up to start a new year next week. I also want to become more consistent-I have been praying that for myself with this new year starting. I struggle with that because we are foster parents also and I allow the appointments to start crowding out our school time.

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  2. Your Saturday night dinner looks delicious. We homeschool too, and there is definitely something to be said for consistency and a sense of rhythm - whether it's daily, weekly, or monthly.

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  3. Sounds like you have a blessed life! That food looks good!

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