Okay, so the first thing I have to do is to apologize. My internet has been flakey all week. It will work for a minute or three at a time, then I have to unplug stuff and restart everything... and maybe this time the internet will stay up just long enough for me to think I can actually DO something, only to go away while I'm in the middle of commenting on someone's blog.
I gave up. So if you want to go check out the links from last week and comment, here is last week's post.
I will be out and about tomorrow, with internet, so if you link up by tomorrow, I promise to visit your blog. After that? Well, it depends on my connection...
But I am happy to report we have done some reading this week...
working through our summer science. Living Fossils. This is a
review book, so I'll have more about it soon, I had hoped to review it this week. But, um, the internet keeps going out and it didn't happen. I keep losing my post. I need to find a way to write offline besides using Word. <sigh> Anyway, we
are still really enjoying it.
An Inter-Library Loan came in -- Augusting Came to Kent. We've barely started it. This is going to be a focus today.
continuing to read If Animals
Could Talk. This turned into a read it to everyone book, and it is fun. We're getting close to the end.
We finished Stolen
Secrets, the second Red Rock Mystery. Can't find a cover of it, but we also completed book #3 - Missing Pieces. These are fun, and there is just enough local landmarks to keep it really interesting for us in a different way.
Wave. Yes, an
actual school book slipped in here again this week, and we finished it. YAY. The kids pretty much all remembered it, as we read it a couple years ago. But I think they enjoyed it more since they are older, and the idea of your whole family dying in a giant wave just seems a bit more real with actual world events since last time.
the World. Thomas is doing this for the Master Books program, and he is
enjoying it. What a cool book -- and it includes countries/languages that just don't make the list in most books of this sort. Lithuania is my personal favorite.
for this coming week? Finishing up some of the above. More Red Rock Mysteries (assuming we check some out from the library tomorrow). Finish Augustine so I can return it on Saturday at the bookmobile.
did your week go? Sign the linky to link up your reading aloud post
and I'll definitely come visit your post. Love
having you here... There are a few of you who I'm missing though...
Come back! Come back!! I miss you!!
To see my first
this turned into a linky thing, check here.