And as for me, I'm working on getting all that grading caught up so I can make up final report cards!
In other news... we had friends over on Sunday evening for a cookout and bonfire. On Monday morning, Landon marched with Civil Air Patrol in the Memorial Day Parade.
We watched hockey, of course, but were very disappointed (well, the hubster and I were, even if the boys were not) that the Canadiens lost their series.
The rest of the week was pretty relaxed, with only one softball game. But it was also grad week for our homeschool group, and because I'm on the grad planning committee, I got to attend the rehearsal on Tuesday and the commencement exercises on Friday. It was a great honor to be a part of it, as usual!
One of my favorite things this week... probably the commencement. Some of the grads I've known since they were little grade-schoolers, so it's pretty special to see them finish school and prepare to move on. Of course, it also makes me feel a little old sometimes!
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On the bookshelf...
- Voyager - Diana Gabaldon
- Sabrina's Man - Gilbert Morris
- Meet the Skeptic - Bill Foster
This post is linked at Managing Your Blessings, at Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers, and at For the Display of His Splendor - see how other homeschoolers spent this shortened week.
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