We started out our week spending Sunday afternoon at my mom’s. They are starting to remodel their kitchen and Matt was helping Art remove a very heavy and large desk. Of course when we got there grandma had Sunday dinner ready for us. While Matt and Art worked in the kitchen the kids enjoyed playing outside in all the outbuildings and then watching some episodes of Andy Griffiths! Yep, they loved it even though it was in black and white! They think it’s hilarious! Joe giggles through every episode. It was so relaxing and a great way to start the week. (And I didn’t have to cook! Yay!)
For two weeks at Heritage they have what’s called J-Term. The kids get to pick from a variety of special interest classes and for two weeks learn a new skill and get a break from their regular academics. Hannah picked two sewing classes. One is called clothing construction and the other is a rag quilt class. We had fun going to Jo-Anns and I “helped” her choose the material for her quilt. I can’t wait to see it finished and of course I’ll post a picture of it for you to see. She is loving her classes and even more is enjoying NO homework for two weeks.
Here is her first clothing construction. She also made a few pillows and this week she’s making pajama pants. By the end of the week I’m sure she’ll be able to teach me a few things.