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    Hi Lux! You were with Classical Academy? Good luck making them change.
    Sorry you are feeling under the weather.
    Homeschooling DS13, DS6.


    My spelling was fine, then my brain left me.

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    You know what I love, how we come and account to each other what we have done in mucking out things!!! It makes it easier for me.

    I got more done in our room. Almost guest habitable. I was actually able to let all the daycare kids nap in there today. I have 2 small totes on my bed, DS old computer and a few unused boxes for DH side. They might get used for last of stuff and stick in shed for now. Just easier.

    Laundry is done, inc. daycare blankets. Dusted living room... took 2 times as they dust had dust. *sigh
    Hall is dusted except for top stuff and I need to get out duster again for that. Love that extendable wand.
    Boys cleaned the bathroom. I will tackle the floor but they did the rest.
    Scrubbing counters in kitchen right now. Done with 1/2 of it.

    24 hours until INLAWS arrive.... and I need to finish daycare kids..... leave at 6pm. Put fries in oven, run to bank and at least 1 grocery store. Home to finish dinner. MAYBE, if I have enough energy... do the other 2 places.

    Remind me to JUST SAY NO next time.
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    I did enjoy my alone time... I even took a short nap. Jealous yet - LOL.

    Even though the cleaning sucks - hopefully you'll have a nice visit with the in-laws. And you're probably good on dusting for a while anyway.

    Welcome Linux!

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    We had one of those weird days. I'm ready for 2016 to be OVER.

    Good: found a new dryer! (yay!) My Dad stopped by to help DH move some heavy book boxes to the garage (my shoulder is still messed up). Tech got the joy of going up and down the escalators and elevators at the mall again. Kinda glad we didn't go high-rise condo or we'd never have gotten him out of the elevators. Got the movers officially booked. Yay!

    Bad. While at the store, husband got a text that his great uncle had died. Sucks, but the man was in his late 80's and not doing well health-wise so no surprise. More bad, on the way home from store, got a call from nurse sis-in-law that m-i-l was going to the ER. 2-3 hours later got the update that she was being admitted into the ICU. *sigh* And we close in 1 week so DH doesn't feel like he can go up just to sit in the hospital with her right now. And I am selfish enough that I want him here, where I can keep an eye on him, than up there where he will be frustrated by his mother.

    A&W, yuck on lots of cleaning.

    AM, that pie sounds YUM!

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