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    its nice and sunny here. I am loving it!!!!! so are kids... hard to get them to do anything resembling schoolwork when it is so nice outside... Yesterday was Hubby's Pre OP appointment. He finally gets surgery on the 4th then has at least 2 weeks off of work. He just may be locked in the bedroom at the end of day 1 just so I can do our kiddo routine of school without him going grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr... or me going GRRRRRRRRRRRRRR. lol. He hurt himself at work on November 2nd and it has taken this long to get to surgery point to fix his shoulder..... He tore a lot of stuff in there so had to go to specialist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cailet View Post
    its nice and sunny here. I am loving it!!!!! so are kids... hard to get them to do anything resembling schoolwork when it is so nice outside... Yesterday was Hubby's Pre OP appointment. He finally gets surgery on the 4th then has at least 2 weeks off of work. He just may be locked in the bedroom at the end of day 1 just so I can do our kiddo routine of school without him going grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr... or me going GRRRRRRRRRRRRRR. lol. He hurt himself at work on November 2nd and it has taken this long to get to surgery point to fix his shoulder..... He tore a lot of stuff in there so had to go to specialist.
    Sending tons of good vibes his way, and I hear ya. The hubs was seriously injured in a collision with a drunk driver early in our homeschool journey. His long-term recovery was one of the toughest years of our whole homeschool career. Our whole schedule and routine had to change, as well as me being in care-giving AND homeschooling mode. We all survived, but it was tricky for sure.


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