Busy, Busy Week

This has been a very busy week for me. I had to to take on some unexpected responsibilities such as withdrawing my 14 year old daughter from public school and creating a curriculum for her.

I will scarce around here for the rest of the week. No time to blog this morning. I will be at my children’s elementary school volunteering in their class.

Tomorrow I have to be in court. I am suing the dealership where I purchased a used car from three months ago. It broke down two weeks after my husband and I bought it and I want my money back.

Finally, my Mother-in-Love will be coming into town tomorrow as well. We will spend the afternoon shopping. She wants to go to Sam’s club and she doesn’t have one where she lives. Her and my Father-in-Love live an hour and a half from here.

She will be taking my three younger children home with her for the weekend, so I have to re-do my 6 year olds hair. That includes taking out her braids, washing her hair and re-braiding it.

My 14 year old will stay here for the weekend. She has a Bible Quiz practice tomorrow night with her team and a competition Saturday morning.

So please don’t abandon me :o) I have so much I want to share with you guys, but it will have to wait until I can get my plate cleared off.

Have a blessed day.


  1. Hadias says

    Thank you Karen. My daughter really loves quizzing. My three oldest are on quiz teams.

    I think adult participation in youth groups is really important.

    I take my service to the youth department at my church very seriously. I want to be a good example of Chrsitian living for the teens and youth.

    Thanks for stopping by.


  2. Karen & Gerard Zemek says

    I used to love being on our Bible Quiz team years ago. Then when I was youth group director for awhile, I got a quiz team together and coached them. It was a lot of fun! We all learned a lot too! Hope your daughter does well Saturday.


  3. Lisa says

    I will be praying! Suggestion for your daughter’s curriculum would be http://www.amblesideonline.org and Key To Algebra [or whatever math she’s at] for now. This is a very inexpensive option. http://www.rainbowresource.com or http://www.timberdoodle.com will have the math. Coming from public school, don’t expect her to go to Level 9 or Ambleside!!! Try level 5 or 6. Pick and chose to get her started. Use the library! Audio books help a lot–then you aren’t tied up reading to/with her right now. Chose a literature offering, math, Bible [we LOVED Rod/Staff Bible–chronolgical starting with Grade 5–just start there and don’t worry about the Grade level] The web site “An Old Fashioned Education” has more great links, too. I would add “Beautiful Girlhood” to help with your “issues.”
    I am praying!! I am desperate to bring my daughter home, too, but for other reasons. Will you also pray?


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