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School Days @ Homeschooling6

I did some schooling from bed today. Last night I wasn't feeling well. I had a weird popping feeling toward the back of my nasal passage. It would ‘pop’ and when it did that I’d feel some pain go through the back of my head.

This morning I woke with an unusual headache. One I have never experienced before. The left side of my head and a sort of throbbing and when I’d move it another pain would run across and around my head. I think it might be some sort of sinus infection. I can’t be sure because I've never had a sinus infection before.

I’ve been fighting off another cold virus. This past week I have felt a bit achy, my ears have been a little itchy, and my throat has been feeling like it wants to become sore.
My desk.
I was able to:
~Teach lesson 3 of Language Lessons Through Literature with Ethan, this included reading the 3rd chapter of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. He is also listening to the audio book.
~Reading Lessons Through Literature with Ethan, phonograms only.
~Reading Lessons Through Literature with Caleb and Brent, I dictated the phonograms and reviewed missed spelling words
~I also assigned Math-U-See pages to Brent, Ethan, and Lance.
~Spelling You See with Lance.

Lance completing his Spelling You See assignment while eating organic Cheerios. He likes his Cheerios dry with no milk.
Spelling You See
If you look closely at his workbook page you will see he drew a smiley face. He’s never done that before.

Dry cereal, just the way he likes it.
I’d prefer us to be wheat free but it’s not happening right now, so I figure I’d buy organic cereals.
Yesterday’s School
Annette completing her Bible Study assignment.
Josh and Annette discussing math.
Annette’s school area.
Trak God's World News
Reading Trak from God’s World News. They love this magazine.
Alert Cadet
The boys completed their Alert Cadet assignments.
Spelling You See
Spelling You See
Spelling You See
Alert Cadet
Joshua snipping stray threads from his uniform.


  1. I hope you feel better soon. Looks like you got a lot done even being sick.

  2. Thank you, taking my medicine tonight and hopefully will get a good nights rest ;)

  3. You look so radiant even being sick. A true sign that you LOVE teaching your children even if from the comfort of your bed.


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