It's been fairly crazy around here lately. Homeschooling, housework, speech therapy, Bible studies, teaching French, Sunday School, homeschool support group, and potluck ("Providence Dinner") at our chapel last night. Also, my husband's grandfather fell last Friday and is in hospital. Grampie is 88 and a veteran of World War II.
On the homeschooling front, we are struggling through math, zipping along in reading, and behind in literature (we're using Ambleside Online Year 2). Science is kind of hit and miss right now. Bible and history is going quite well. I'm grateful for a "core" curriculum that that integrates Bible into the daily lessons. I am also thankful for the flexibility that we have while homeschooling. We couldn't be doing half the things I listed above if we weren't homeschooling.
When I get really frustrated, public school flashes into my mind. Then I remember how horrible last year was in so many ways. So, my best course of action for being frustrated is to take a break, remember why we're doing this, and relax. And have some chocolate ;)
It's pretty chilly here this morning (0 Celsius) and we had a hard frost last night. I've got to hurry up and get my tulips planted before the ground freezes. I already pulled out our winter jackets and such last week.
Thanks for visiting today!