Then the duck hunters came home and the van door wouldn't close. Back track 18 months, the other sliding door broke and was Duck taped - good enough. The remaining sliding door has been giving us grief for 6 months or more, and sadly, Sunday, it wouldn't latch shut. Warren made a few calls, got some pointers, and tackled the job of fixing it.
Well you know the phrase, drive it till the doors fall off. That's exactly what happened, because when he tried fixing the door, it actually fell off the track. Our favorite body shop man is on vacation until just before deer season so we're down a vehicle for a few weeks. We've vowed to attempt creative carpooling.
That was the start of a week of phone calls. Life really took a crazy turn, despite my perfect homeschool plan. Calling the body shop, chiropractor, pulmonary specialist, plumber, and college admissions office took up a lot of time. Every call required messages and call backs and scheduling appointments. It was crazy.
Now it's time for my weekly wrap-up. I like to focus on our homeschool week, but let's face it homeschooling is just a snippet of our life, so the wrap-up includes it all.
Chemistry Chapter 4 lab - the classic cabbage juice indicator lab. We're working through Focus on High School Chemistry. It's very thorough and broken down into bite size pieces.
With real lab equipment the fun never stops. Here are two sets with similar equipment to ours.
It wouldn't be a Halloween week weekly wrap-up without a few costume pics. Here we have Little Bo Peep.
Hans and Franz with a mini Incredible Hulk
Ariel the Mermaid, Giraffe, French Spy, Super Girl and baseball player.
The costumes lead to candy. There was a lot of this this week. Rummaging, trading, eating.
Even a little hiding with candy.
Poor Peter ate so much candy that after all the craziness of costumes and trick-or-treating were done, he hopped into bed and promptly threw up. Happy Halloween!
Are you familiar with Snap Circuits? They've been on the dining table all week keeping Peter and Sam occupied. Playing with electricity is like magic to a 4 year old. Every time he completes a circuit his eyes light up in amazement. If I didn't have so many phone calls to make, I'd probably sit there and just watch him.
|Snap Circuits are on sale at Amazon for $14.39.|
We're setting up for a beautiful weekend. Most likely one of the last warm and sunny weekends of the year. I wish you all the best and thanks for visiting my weekly wrap-up.
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