Hello Friday!

Thank heavens this week is almost over.  Last night I read questions for the junior high Knowledge Bowl tournament hosted at my oldest daughter’s school.  Our team practices for two hours each day after school and it shows.  The scores were so mismatched that I felt sorry for the other two teams.   By the time we got home most of the evening was over, but my DH had some delicious home-made chicken soup waiting for us.

A2 is well enough to return to school today, but A3 is finishing her week at home with my DH to make sure she doesn’t over do recess or p.e.  A2 is glad to be heading back.  They both said “Thank you” for the well-wishes and recovery thoughts.

Tomorrow is the regional National History Day competition. Thankfully it’s taking place close to home. The guidelines are very strict and we’ve no idea what the other schools will present, so we’re treating this like the grand finale and not even considering State as an option for A-1.  Besides, she’s going to be grounded until the cows come home for unrelated issues.  Even doing homework is going to seem like fun.

I done et almost all of them Girl Scout cookies by myself.  Mmmm, burp. 

No new knitting to share because just a few random stitches to older projects were sneaked in during the week. 

Hope everyone has a great weekend. Cheers!

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4 responses to “Hello Friday!

  1. Roxie

    What a good mom you are! (Note to A1:Don’t even try. Mom will ALWAYS find out.) Can you put a block on her cell phone so it only calls your home number?

    Now YOU get some rest this weekend as well, OK?

  2. knitwonpurltoo

    Sure hope lil A3 is 100% by tomorrow. It’s just the beginning of the grounding season. Ah, well. They do grow up, right? Hang on. Hope your weekend goes well and that you get to relax some!!!! Hugs from here!

  3. Way to go in the Knowledge Bowl!

  4. Congrats on the Knowledge Bowl! And glad to hear everyone is getting better. No illness here, so I’m hoping that we escaped the contagiousness. Going to get knitting some more!

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