As I was cleaning and putting things away I found this precious schedule that my daughter Joy wrote out detailing our days last summer.
Do Something Fun
On this particular day she had completed the first three and must have been anxiously awaiting what fun thing we would do that day. Oh it kind of makes me miss those busy days–not the heat mind you, but the freedom from the homeschooling routine.
I’m linked with Homemaking Link-Up and Miscellany Monday.
Reminds me of the lists you used to make when you were that same age.
That list is cute. Your daughter spells like I do.
Just wanted to say how much I enjoy your blog.
I know exactly what you mean! When I was homeschooling my teen, I built in one day a month as a fun activity day. It had to relate somehow to something educational, but it was always something fun, outside of our house, and DIFFERENT.
In your case, I imagine that once the baby comes you’ll also be on a bit of a summer schedule (at least for a little while).
Now that looks like my kind of summer schedule. What a fun reminder of kids and summer.
Dr Momi says
Love the “worshup” time 🙂 …..not many would have that on their list!
Hi Ester Irish,
You’re little angels are so adorable. As I was reading your blog it reminds me of my 10-year-old son. I’m thousand miles away from my wife and my son who’s living in Manila. I am an expat working in Saudi Arabia. I always miss the moments when Filipino families are celebrating together such as Christmas, New Year, birthday and so forth. God bless to your family and have a wonderful day.
I love your little list maker. Long live the list! 🙂
I love this! What a beautiful thing it is to see a childs personality come out in their writing.I love that it was important to her=)
So cute. I was always a listmaker during the summers, too. Well, at least for a while.
I love when I find little bits like this when I am cleaning. They are so special.
Susan Evans says
What a sweet list!