Friday, August 8, 2014

8/9/14 Weekly Wrap-Up

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So it's been pretty busy here this week.  We officially start school next week (minus my oldest son who graduated this past May).  My youngest son is going to a virtual public school in our County that he'll attend on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-12 for classes and complete the rest of his assignments virtually.  We're very excited about this opportunity.  On Wednesday and Thursday we had orientation at his school from 9-12 to go over important information regarding the new school year.  Logan was nervous but after the second day he announced that he made 3 new friends and wants to join some clubs including Student Leadership Team.  After orientation Thursday Logan and I ran some errands.  I had to get my tires rotated at Costco and we stopped by Target to get him a new backpack to safely carry his laptop back and forth to school.  While we were out and about we stopped by and had lunch at Steak and Shake, he was very excited to get a milkshake with lunch.  On Friday the Logan had to login to the school from home, they want to make sure all the kids can access their classes remotely.  It was also "bring your pet to school" day.  With the help of his sister he was able to show off our crazy cat Octavious.  

Logan showing Octavious to his classmates during "bring your pet to school" day

My friend is coming over this weekend to visit and hopefully we can find some craft fairs in the area to attend this Fall and sell some of the stuff we make.

Thanks for stopping by.  Next week the posts will start with back to school information.

Butterfly in our butterfly bush.


  1. Oh the online Virtual School does sound exciting. My older daughter is taking quite a bit of new courses online. I couldn't imagine homeschooling without the online and video options I'm using as a working parent outside the home. I'm visiting from Weekly Wrap Up.

  2. Wow, what a beautiful butterfly photo!

    Had to smile seeing your kiddo in kids LOVE to do school in their pj's.

    Have a great school year!