This has been a mixed up kind of week. We had school things that we celebrated. We had an event that made us sad.
S finished up his College Algebra course this week! He applied for ACE credit for the course, and it was approved within hours. Yeah! Now, he needs to work on coordinating accommodations for his placement tests at the community college. He is hoping to have the tests taken in the next couple of weeks, so he can register for his Fall classes.
He has two classes remaining: German IV and English. He is continuing with his literature study on To Kill a Mockingbird. He is enjoying the book. The end is rapidly approaching.
S had a Chiropractor appointment on Monday, Youth Group on Wednesday, and horseback riding this morning. He will volunteer 4 hours tomorrow.
J had a busy week at school. He received his report card the other day and was quite pleased with his grades. That’s always a good thing.
He had 14 hours of practice this week. He stayed home one night.
On the Homefront
We had our family pictures last weekend. We ended up moving them up to Saturday instead of Sunday because of weather. We thought we had the clothing thing all figured out, but that became a comedy of errors. We were going to wear black shirts with tan shorts/pants.
*Does everyone have a black shirt? My husband didn’t. We bought him one.
*Realized J’s black shirt had streaks all through it. Not sure why. Had to run and buy him a new one Friday night.
*J came down in his tan shorts Saturday. Are you wearing those? Yes. No, you aren’t. They have black paint on them from Art class. None of his other tan shorts were clean. Washed shorts quickly.
*S had to volunteer prior to pictures, so we sent him in his tan shorts and told him we would bring his shirt to change into. We did bring another pair of shorts just in case. No problems there.
*My husband went to get his shorts. Apparently, we should have checked them earlier. They were quite wrinkled. They were thrown into the dryer quickly.
* I got ready, walked past my husband and J, and they both asked me why I had blood on my pants behind my knee. I had nicked the back of my leg shaving, and it bled through my pants. We were walking out the door at this point. I just said that we couldn’t have pictures of our backs.
The session itself went fine. Our photographer is a friend from church, so we had a lot of fun. S even survived. He didn’t want to be there. As he told me, “You can just photoshop me in.”
We found out this week that a pastor from our church and his family are moving this summer. They will be greatly missed. They both did a lot with our Youth group. They were also friends of our family. I have taken over one of the fundraising activities, and my husband is going to become a youth leader.
My husband and I are going for a couples massage this afternoon. We try to go every month, but sometimes it is every two months. It will be a good way to end this week. My husband is traveling for 4 days next week, so he could probably use one next Friday too.
When my boys were 3 and 5, we added Spotz to our family. We couldn’t have had a more perfect dog for our family. He came for a weekend trial when he was 1 to make sure he would be good with young kids, and he never left. He was part of our family for almost 13 years. This week we had to say good-bye to him.
What did I write this week?
Because April is the Month of the Military Child, I wrote: I need my peeps!
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