Saturday, October 30, 2010

SnapShot Summary ~ October 30, 2010 Week 4


Monday, October 25 was declared a SNOW DAY.  Marme had lots to do to wrap up the plans for the last 2 weeks of this term's lessons and prepare for our assessment later this week.




The Snow Day was a delight and a success.


Tuesday, October 26, 2010 we worked hard and got our lessons mostly done before we headed to a friend's birthday celebration.  More snow fun, lots of girly laughter, good food and fellowship.



This evening was such a gift.  Our girls have so missed their friends, their cousins and grandparents.  These new friendships have been very slowly developing, but with the news that we will be in the area for 2 more years, there seems to be a bit more bonding going on.


Wednesday, October 27
We head into town to pick up mail and find WIFI at THE coffee shop in town, so that I can try to not go over my data limit this month. 
We put in two pins ~ one for us, and one for the place where I was born and mostly grew up, just becuase there was a big empty place all over tornado alley. 
 
Haha. I just read over that, I meant empty of pins, not that Tornado Alley is empty. Okay, the Coconut Mocha, free wifi and that comment has me giggling...


Thursday, October 28, 2010
No pictures today.  The sun was fully hidden yet again, behind clouds and thick fog.  We did pick up our posters of the Trees and of the Birds of Western North American from Canada Post.  They are laying out flat under some books, so we can get them pinned up!

Friday, October 29, 2010

A trip to town to pick up Chica's glasses.  A morning full of lesson wrap ups.  I did poorly at getting our history readings done this week.  But we finished Science for the term and I can have some fun with history "double time" next week.

Here is a photo from the Chainsaw Carving Collection in town.


1 comment:

  1. I love it, Michelle! The snow day looks like a day in January, not October! lol!

    Your posts always make me SMILE!

    Has the moose come to visit lately?

    Love,
    Leanne

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Welcome! So glad you stopped by.