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Day 88

I've been a bit of a grouch the past few days. I try so hard to be a good mother with a meek and quiet spirit. I really do. Sometimes I let things get to me, like the maze in this house. It's so small, everything is everywhere. I am really trying to be content in this season of life. It's not that I'm not thankful because I am. I have so much to be thankful for. Sorry, I hope it doesn't look as if I'm having a pity party. It's hard to be transparent without sound ungrateful for what the good Lord has given me.

Okay, now on to school. I'm happy to report that I did Phonics with Lance and read him a story.
The Little House and of course I cried when the little house was, once again going to the country.

I completed some reviewing of 'final, stable syllabuls' with Ethan. We reviewed [ple, [ble, [gle and so forth. Ethan read a short paragraph about King Max and his scribe. Ethan is doing so well with Saxon Phonics. We also did a Learning Language Arts Through Literature lesson. I still need to have a math session with him.

Caleb, completed two math lessons today, copied a verse from his penmanship program (A Reason for Handwriting)

Brent, weeeell, I still need to do some math with him.
This week Spelling Workout and MCP Plaid Phonics should be here and they will add that to their day. I can't wait! Although, I'm sure they can.

Josh and Annette, started their first Elemental Greek lesson. Annette, is really excited about this. Hopefully we continue. I would like them both to start Latin next year but we'll see because Bob Jones comes with a Spanish course.

1 comment

  1. (((Hugs))) I get grumpy sometimes, too :) I will say a prayer for blessings of waking up cheerful and full of joy as you start the day with a cup of fresh coffee!


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