I am looking back over the week and thinking..”Was that just last week?” Wow, it has been quite the week!
The team was a very aggressive team, and I remembered from the year previous, so prayed no one would get injured.
One one person was injured and they were on the other team. It was a couple of close games, but they were great!
Tuesday: We added to our regular school some study of the branches of government, which was interesting and actually helped me to understand the voting process a bit better. We read a couple of books in addition to our regular MFW reading and when we finished our school work, we went out to place our vote.
It was the only day we did not have anything planned out, so I went to the grocery store after school was done. It is getting very cold outside, but this day we decided to attempt a walk. I met a friend at McDonald’s, not my favorite place, but it was inside so the children could run and play.
The boys enjoying their fries
We were working on studying anatomy, which went along with what I had happen to me as my neck went out badly in the morning. After some pain relief, hot shower, I was able to read, but was up and down all day. The chiropractor paid a house call and I felt much better earlier that week, but then Thursday, it went out again, even worse. I was in so much pain. I drove up to the house after school to get adjusted and spent the day in pain.
We had a basketball game that night, which thankfully was not far, so we went and had a great couple of games there.
One of the other team broke his arm, which made the game go longer than usual, but he had just gotten his cast off the day before, so it was especially bad.
We finished school in a hurry, and I bought marshmallows to make teeth models, but we haven’t done it yet. We read all about teeth with my helper!
A blur of motion
It was a great week and I am finally figuring out how to fix my neck. It has been a painful week, but I am hoping to heal up and be better by Monday!
I had a great tea with a friend today, and am up to almost 17K words on NaNoWriMo.