*Add in more workouts - yesterday was a FIRM, aerobic weight training and today was Turbo Jam - kickboxing. What to do this week?
*Follow more rabbit trails - Prince Caspian and Narnia, Blue Planet
* Put up new pics for July's bulletin board
*Have a friend and son over for morning tea and a homeschool kid, my sons' friend, over for the day...
*Cook for and celebrate Alexander's birthday on Tuesday. We've had discussions this morning about what to eat, what to make. We'll eat after the St Anthony Mass on Tuesday evening.
*Have our final French class with Greg as teacher, with a French morning tea celebration for all students and mums to follow
*Work on an article I've been asked to write, to include in an unschooling book to be published later this year
* Hopefully have others share lunch with us on Wednesday
*Celebrate Thomas' feast day on Thursday, the feast of St Thomas the Apostle
*Finish off our parish newsletter Heartbeat.
* Organise re agenda for parish council meeting
* Work at Kumon and at home! And laundry. And cooking. And cleaning.
*First Friday Mass
*Homeschool Teen group outing at Chinatown and Paddy's Markets. I'm buying a wig! Should I go blonde or black or??
* Attend a birthday party for a family friend and make trifle for same party. Karaoke!
*Morning tea at church, serving, music roster
*BBQ and friends at our house, for a farewell to Greg, as he heads off to the UK
*Finish watching the last episode of fracky Battlestar 1980 and continue with series one of the newer Battlestar Galactica
*Continue reading Splendour in the Ordinary - Making Your Home a Holy Place by Thomas Howard, Prince Caspian and the last Harry Potter book.
*Do my own Kumon maths and encourage kids to do the same...
I think that's it. I could be wrong .
Postscript ~ I also need to remember to phone dh's Dad, before he goes off on an overseas holiday. And send cards to two priests - one in remembrance of his ordination day, the other for a birthday. Don't forget Leonie!
Post Postscript ~ Dr Who, series 4, is on this week. Woo hoo!