I just dropped the kids off for their first day of school for the 2017/18 school year. Their private Christian school, known throughout the area for academic excellence on par with the secular private school at a quarter of the annual tuition, starts the first week of the school year on Thursdays to give kids and teachers a slow start to get back into the routine. Thinking back to my public school that always had a full week to start, I think this is, perhaps, the wisest move for the teachers. They were always so fried by the end of the week...
I start back next week. My class site goes open for my students as of Saturday. I need to go add content to it. And finish editing my textbook.
Currently, I'm sitting at the table in the library at our new home. Laptop is on the table, ergo keyboard on my lap. This evening, one of the kids will be doing homework at the table in the library, and the other will be doing homework either at the coffee table in the family room, or at the dining table.
I have a lot to do today (class site stuff, since I'm recovering from a CFS flare). I have a lot to do tomorrow (groceries, cleaning, and working on the old house).
I'm pretty sure, chronic illness permitting, I can actually accomplish what I need to get done. I'm lacking the distraction of having to stop what I'm doing to prevent the kids from further breaking the house,* or fighting with each other.
Now, I just need to get to it.
I think I need more coffee.
*The imp and pixie managed to snap off one of the arms of her ceiling fan. Not the fin. The metal part of the arm. Which will necessitate full replacement...which they are required to pay for. I won't, however, require that they pay for the electrician needed to put it up in a house built in 1970, and which lacks boxes for the ceiling fixtures.
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