*sigh* They're regular comedians, aren't they?
All kidding aside, we did do a bit of study on Mexico; both kids worked on English and Math; Landon worked on Science and Economics; and Kennady worked on Music and Art.
In other news... Sunday was a rather busy day, as my oldest son and I helped a friend with music at another church for morning service. So we attended our small groups (aka Sunday School) at our church and then scooted over to the other church about 10 minutes away in time for morning worship. We had lunch with the friend's family after that, and I had enough time to pick up the other two boys to join us. Hubby took Kennady to her first softball practice of the season while the rest of us were at lunch.
The rest of the week went fairly smoothly, although it came as a shock that the public schools had closed on Tuesday because of the weather. It was cold. That's all - cold. Fortunately, Civil Air Patrol and Kennady's choir practice carried on as usual, although my own choir practice was cancelled. The nice thing about it was that I had time to run some errands after dropping both kids off, and then could take in a little of the Civil Air Patrol Open House myself.
One of my favorite things this week... we finally found a way to get the pictures from my parents' 50th anniversary dinner onto our computer so we can see them and share them! Mom sent me a CD with all the pictures their friend took at our family dinner, but for whatever reason my computer refused to acknowledge there was even a disk in the drive. :shrug: We finally figured out that the old computer would read the disk, so we put the pictures there, then transferred them to this computer with a flash drive. So, almost five months after the event, I am finally getting a good look at the pictures!
|My siblings and me - in our traditional family picture pose!|
|where do you suppose our kids got it from?|
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A parting shot...
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