Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Photo Every Hour : A Glimpse Into Our Day

8 am - My morning starts with coffee. Always. I hoped to get to some reading in the morning, but that ended up not happening. Too many things to do. 
9 am - Morning piano makes us very happy. I love hearing the house fill with music first thing.

10 am - Today was supposed to be a run day, but I had to give this bike a try! So happy with it. I am also listening to Caraval by Stephanie Garber and am liking it so far. 
11 am - Crochet projects and math work. We like to work on our projects together in the same room.
12 pm - Theirs and hers lunch. Lunch is always a very casual time for us, but I found myself giggling as I made three different types of sandwiches today.  
1 pm - Bug is reading an adapted version and I am reading the full story of A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett. She is going to finish before I do. I am only on chapter three and she has three more chapters left. 
2 pm - Outside chalk play. Our deck was quickly filled with castles, ice-cream, and fireworks.
3 pm - We went for a little neighbourhood walk. I was hoping to stumble upon some geese, but we found a puddle and some pretty weeds instead. Getting outside for fresh air has helped our mental moods so much.
4 pm - Craft time for Monkey while the big sister is busy with her virtual piano class. 
5 pm - Supper prep took a whole hour! I didn't mind though, knowing that it's going to be delicious. 
6 pm -  I made this bowl again. 
7 pm - Bedtime snuggles with the little one, while the older one worked on a school project with daddy. Its very rare that I get to spend one on one time during bedtime. I really liked all the giggles I was getting out of her.  
8 pm - The girls are asleep so its time for me to work. Learning about new computer systems, reading lots of paperwork,  and preparing for a great homeschool year. 
9 pm - My books keep calling to me, but I must work on! Which lasted for an additional fifteen minutes. I ended up closing my computer, got ready for bed, and read some more of A Little Princess - I have to catch up after all. xo 

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