The Weekly Ramble

The weekly ramble: where I blog like it’s 2004.

The Weekly Ramble

This week is a blur. FishBoy11 tested for yellow belt on Sunday. I overslept on Monday. On Tuesday, we visited the USS Midway for a field trip. Wednesday I went to yoga. Thursday we did running club, library, post office, and lunch with the FishPapa. On Friday I went to yoga and cleaned house for a visit with the inlaws.

In and amid all that, we forgot to go to Karate, started reading through The Warden and The Wolf-King, and tried to keep up with school. Yes, we’re doing school all summer.

It was a week of survival, but that’s okay. That’s how we roll.

Coming up in the next week, we’ve got one SAT exam, two days with the grandparents, two birthday celebrations, and a trip to the Great Homeschool Convention for FishPapa, the teenagers, and me. Who’s going?! Let’s meet for coffee!

Meanwhile, here’s what’s been happening on Life as MOM:

Here’s what’s been happening on Good Cheap Eats:

Coming next week:

  • 9 Ways to Have a Great Week
  • Summer Activities to Foster Kindergarten Readiness
  • Freezer Cooking for Men
  • Free Screen-Free Play
  • Gambling on Jesus

Be sure to let me know what stories and articles are helpful to you and what you’d like to see more of in the coming weeks. I want to make your “life as MOM” as fun and as easy as possible.

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  1. Sounds busy! We were on vacation the first part of the week which was great. It was back to reality on thurs w work and laundry… My oldest took his SAT today.

  2. I will be at the conference. Jumping in to homeschooling with my transitional kindergartener after resigning from teaching for seventeen years. Super excited!!!

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