Happy Monday evening! I hope your week is off to a good start. I feel like I’ve been chasing my tail all day. We were up early so we could get a jump on the week, but all day I’ve felt like I could not quite get ahead of everything. So now here we are late in the day, sneaking this in.
We’ve started our third week of this year’s homeschooling. So far, so good. I’ll be sharing in a post what we’re using this year. (You can see past versions here under Our Homeschool Curriculum Choices.)
David finished painting the decks last week. We had lovely weather for August so he took advantage of it. There is no guarantee that we’ll get another stretch like that before winter so he jumped on it. Other than stacking wood and fall clean-up, we’ve completed the must-do outdoor projects for this year. That is a relief. Now we can move on to lots of little projects we have for inside.
It is odd to have nothing starting up for us this fall. It’s what the homebody in me dreams of (no outside commitments to deal with), but I would not have wished it in this way.
This week’s post is going to be short. I’m still reading books I’ve mentioned recently (see my Reading Tickler List) and haven’t started any new projects. I’m mostly working on my 2020 goals and things I’ve already shared.
What are you doing in your home right now? Do you have any last summer projects before we head into September and the mental start of autumn?
Artwork: “The Cat’s Cradle” by Caroline Paterson