Summer is winding down fast and we will soon be hitting the books again! This year I will have a 2yo, preschooler, 1st grader, 4th grader, 7th grader, 10th grader and a Senior! I think this year might be a bit more challenging then last year, due to having a very determined and busy 2 year old little boy. He does love to color and draw, so that helps alot. It seems those art genes run very strong in this family--mostly from dh's side!
My senior will be taking 1 online college class, just to get her feet wet and earn some free credit. The school doesn't allow her to take anything that they offer, so she is forced to choose from a very small bank..thus Children's Lit it is. I am also having her take an auto care class...very important if you own and drive a car! She will be working on German this year, since our Greek teacher left. Also, reading some good books and doing wordly wise vocab and Easy Grammar. She is also taking the Economics course that My Father's World has put together.
10th grader is doing MFW American History along with the German, Geometry and Biology.
Thursday, August 8, 2013
Two weeks from today I will be packing the "bus" to make the 5 hour journey down to college with a college junior and one brand new college freshman. It is so hard to believe that the summer is winding down and we are facing a new school year. I am really not sure where the time went, but I have the same feeling each year. Colton is continuing his journey with his Advanced Biblical Studies degree with the hope to go into missions somewhere far away. Carlina had been taking online classes at a community college but decided to try Bible College for at least a year. She made this decision about a month ago and we have been scrambling to get everything done. Today we bought some of the last items she needs...bedding, toiletries, school supplies. I am so excited for her but I am going to miss her tons! They really do grow up much too fast. Carlina will be 20 at the end of the year and it seems like yesterday that she was running around as a little girl, playing with her stuffed animals. That sounds so cliche but you can't really understand it until you experience it for yourself. I have gotten used to having Colton gone, now I will have to adjust to one more baby bird exiting the nest!