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LAST WEEK ON THE BLOG
THIS WEEK ON THE BLOG
- Top 5 Wednesday
- Tag and/or discussion post catch-up
BOOKS IN MY MAILBOX
Kindle (For Review)
Birthquake – BL Berry
(cover has not been revealed yet)
I won this gift basket of goodies and paperbacks from Entangled Publishing. It includes paperbacks of:
Talk British to Me – Robin Bielman
Raw Redemption – Tessa Bailey
You Again – Ashlee Mallory
Proof of Lies – Diana Rodriguez Wallach
Chasing Truth – Julie Cross
OFF THE BLOG
This week was pretty uneventful. I’m still getting back into the groove of being back in school after such a long time. I’m trying to balance school and all the work and studying that comes with that, being a mom, being a wife, working part time, and blogging. Let me tell you…it’s not easy! Whew. I’m having to channel superwoman.
On Thursday, Logan got to go to the school and meet his teacher for this year. He has been hoping all summer that he would get the teacher Chris had in 4th grade, Mrs. Walker. Logan ended up not getting Mrs. Walker, but he is still happy with the teacher he got, so that’s fine with me. 🙂 As long as Logan is happy, I don’t care.
Chris had a half-day on Friday. It was just for the sixth graders. They got their schedules and practiced switching classes and things like that. That afternoon, I got to go and meet his teachers. His homebase teacher seems to be pretty nice and I liked his teachers for his other subjects also. He’s really excited about starting band this year.
(Can you believe my 11 year old is nearly as tall as I am?! Ahh! Time slow down!)
In our child development class, we had to choose a side in a debate topic and will be presenting our side tomorrow in class. I’m really stressing about having to get up in front of everyone, but hopefully it goes okay.
I have an exam in my math class tomorrow. Fingers crossed that I pass!!