Early get up. Exercises. Bible time with the kids.
Do school with Joshua.
Defrost steak(arg.) & make Swiss Steak in the crockpot.
Listen to Megan quote her verses.
Encourage her to keep studying when she wants to give up.
Eat a lunch which Elizabeth lovingly made for us. Print coupons.
Throw a snack together. Make sure everyone has their books & clogging shoes.
Fly out the door.
Sit, cut & sort coupons. Write checks.
Go to mother-in-laws. Return jars & pick up juice.
Go to the bank. Get a SODA(first in a week!)
Drive home—turn crockpot down to low.
Drive to clogging. Listen to LOUD stomping & music!
Sit & play with a cute niece or two.
Head home & do more studying with the girls.
Snarf supper(thank God for my crockpot).
Go to quiz practice & herd 30ish teens around.
Home. Put apple butter in to jars. Bed.
Twice a month we have a REALLY long day of errands & lessons. I am so thankful that I am able to be home to take my kids to the lessons for interests that they are pursuing. It is tiring but I am glad I have the time, money & energy to get these days done. In between all the work there is laughter, lessons & fun along the way.