Friday, August 19, 2011

With all the Best Intentions

I must say that I sit here looking at my poor little blog... being ignored! I set out 6 or 8 weeks ago with the highest of hopes to post every single day, Monday - Friday! And did very well for several weeks...

And then some daily life set in... actually not our normal daily life. We have had,what you call a jam packed busy summer! Even my reluctant learner is longing for school, because he is hoping that will be we will not be as busy! HA! I have had that same thought many days!  I always feel like once I get through this week, I can rest next week! I think that is because I simply block out what is on the calendar for the following week!

With all of that said, we are beginning to settle in for the year. Our summer has  been filled with conferences and conventions, and workshops and classes, that took us all over Southern California!

Now, with the school year just around the corner, I find myself surrounded by books and forms to fill out! You see, I have chosen a different educational option for my children this year. We are utilizing a local private school that has a homeschool leg. By doing this, my three athletic high school students will be able to play CIF Sports! So for the first time, I am having to turn paperwork in to someone else, versus, keeping it for my self. The forms are different, but the info is essentially the same. And I am working on their deadlines, instead of mine. All in all, what they require is fair, and what we receive in return is priceless. Competitive sports has been the one thing my children felt they were lacking!

So as I wrap up my paperwork, I do plan on getting back to blogging daily. Over the next few days, you will see a few posts, as I get back into the groove of things!

Thank you for sticking with me through my busy season, I look forward to sitting down and visiting with all you again, very soon!



  1. Still here... waiting for you to post... understanding the craziness life can through at us.

  2. Thanks so much Debbie! I appreciate it!

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