Thursday (a scintillating post title)

April 5, 2018 @ 4:32 pm | Filed under:

One of the talks I gave at the VaHomeschoolers Conference was about habit-building, so my own habits (good and bad) have been much on my mind—especially my lost habit of daily blogging. I’m rusty!

And a bit blank. I always feel like I have so much to say as I’m opening the tab, and then it all skitters away.

Well: there’s always notes about the day. We’ve had steady rain all day and I had to settle for only a short walk, not the long rambles I’ve been enjoying. This morning we meant to do some Serious Lessoning but instead I wound up showing the kids YouTube clips of 70s and 80s theme songs and other important pop culture touchstones. 😉 H.R. Pufnstuf’s opening remains as bizarre as it was when I was little, for the record.

I spent the afternoon working on my final issue of this year’s BraveWriter Arrow lineup: The Thing About Luck. And now I’m drying off from my walk and realizing it’s just about time to get ready for the next event on my list: a town hall with my state senator and representative. Time to put on my advocacy hat.

What was your Thursday like?

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  1. Penelope says:

    Thursday … thursday … lemme think … it already feels so long ago! Heh. Full on Lesson day: Algebra Trig, Adv Bio, Greek, Hebrew, Writing, Shakespeare, English History, Christian Studies, Artists & Composers, Music practice & rehearsals … But today! Today has been no such thing! People are reading novels and one was taken out for birthday gift clothing shopping by the grandparents, and chocoate cookies were baked, there’ll be an Organ Lesson, but other than that, it’s a Day Off. 🙂

    How was the Town Hall meeting??

  2. Aimee says:

    Oh My!H.R. Pufnstuf! We just recently showed this to our kids too. Mostly, because I was singing it and trying to describe it and my husband thought I was crazy and thinking of a different show. It was so strange to watch the opening. What crazy TV I watched as a little kid!