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    Just got up not too long ago. We've all been staying up later and sleeping later. I listed some art on ebay yesterday I have a bunch of views, which is more than I expected honestly. So that's not bad. I'm starting to think I should have added a link to my site in description. I still could.
    For today I'm going to try to get school done. Still trying to stick to our sort of schedule that we have. If I don't I'm pretty sure we'd never get anything done. Maybe I'll get some work done on my art too.
    Teemie - 11 years old, 6th grade with an ecclectic mix

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    Today is HS'ing day at the local skate rink.. so that is what we have planned (plus a little Math)... hope everyone has a GREAT weekend!
    Elizabeth

    Homeschooling my 2 eleven year old boys (third year)

    Life coaching my 1 twenty-one year old man-child

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    Saturday morning here. DH and I spent some catching up and getting depressed about the inaugural. But now we are headed off to climb the Sydney bridge. Later we'll have dinner with an former coworker of DH.

    DD is on a bus to DC to join the women's march. I'm both very proud and very worried. I'm sure she'll be fine,but still......

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    We are getting a late, but good, start to our day.
    I hope our productivity continues.
    homeschooled 4th through 8th grade - currently in public high school 10th grade
    Dumplett (girl - age 15) and Wombat (boy - age 15)

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    Carol - Don't jump from up there!

    It has warmed up to 7 below!!! I feel like putting on shorts. (Except for the scary, hairy, white sausages that would be protruding from the pant legs).

    We did grammar, math for Boy and German for Girl. We're supposed to get back to math for Girl later, but we had so many errands to do, now that it is bearable outside, we probably won't get to it. Ooh! Maybe I'll have her calculate the area of the empty space on the National Mall!
    Melissa

    Mommy to Girl-13 and Boy-11, trying to keep my head above water with farm, school, home and art.

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