Don't get me wrong. I'm not sending them to school. We just probably won't be ready to do any actual "school" until, say, May of 2017. That's cool, right? I mean, like, they could just graduate from high school when they're in their 40s can't they?
Seriously you guys. This is not good. Well, it's been good and fun, but not good and productive. Okay fine, productive but not, you know, productive.
Like this, for example:
And the making of the bread in the $6 bread machine from Goodwill...
www.allrecipes.com! It's my fave.
And you know that den we started painting, like, 9 years ago? Yeah, still not done. Instead, we made pillowcase shirts from 99 cent pillowcases from Goodwill! What? That's a totally reasonable way to prep for our first year of homeschool....isn't it?
Or with leggings for fall.
Or this totally different jumper style
gathered in the back (note the Pantene commercial hair. She was whipping her head around to stick her nose in someone else's business.)
And then, as usual things got out of hand...
...until I told them to pretend to like each other.
Hey, wait a second. Maybe I could just teach an acting class and call it school! See, now we're gettin' somewhere....