Ready. Set. Go. Thursdays!

My google calendar email did not say “you have no events scheduled today.”

It’s a Thursday.  I know our days are full without even looking at my email or my calendar.

Ready. Set. Go.

Our morning will be spent at a homeschool co-op that meets weekly for eight weeks in the fall and in the spring. One of the best investments of time and energy in our homeschool life!

I will teach a comic book writing class with a wonderful assistant, Pamela, who can be found over at “would, could, should.” I will then assist in her comic book art class. It has been a great combination of our writing and art backgrounds! 🙂  Kory will learn about geography and culture through a missionaries class, the middle ages through a history class and then run wild with a p.e. class. Oh wait, I think he runs wild first and then calms down for classes.  Cade will learn about stories and crafts, run wild in a p.e. class and learn about geography and culture through a missionaries class.

And the best part –  we will be surrounded by other homeschool families and friends who have become our extended homeschool family. They just “get” those homeschool, and sometimes those non-homeschool, parts of our lives! 🙂

After a quick lunch, we will go straight to swimming lessons for the boys.  A brief stop at home and then gymnastics for Kory, who is in a beginner boys gymnastic class.

Then we will come home. Maybe we will get in vision therapy homework.  Maybe we will get in reading a story. Most likely we will just crash!

I’m attempting to take part in the “The Fifth Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge” through the month of March. The challenge is run by Two Writing Teachers.

3 thoughts on “Ready. Set. Go. Thursdays!

  1. Maria says:

    Heh. And I thought homeschooling was supposed to help make life more sane, my friend! I’ll have to include a “daily routine” glimpse on one of my days, too.

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