Where do all those dirty dishes keep coming from?
That is what I thought every morning this week. I go to bed and the kitchen still could use a quick cleanup, but I can get that done in the morning, I think to myself.
Then I get up with the chickens the next morning, literally, and BAM! my kitchen just became a life-sized diorama of the aftermath of world war III!
I dutifully clean it, make the sink sparkle, and the next morning there we are again!
Now admittedly, I don’t have time every morning to get to the sparkle state of being. And when I go to bed at night there are some dishes that need to be cleaned already. But there is something about having teenagers that begats dirty dishes!
Our homeschooling week was full of readings and lessons and activities galore!
Afternoons were full of the sounds of cello and viola and trumpet and many, many other instruments being tuned and played. The kids were busy programming and reading and doing their lessons. There were scout meetings and karate internships and we prepared costumes for the upcoming candy-fest that is Halloween.
In all the week was a great one, except the conundrum of the dishes!
Blog Posts This Week
For this week, The Mystery of the Dishes was my Homeschooling Life Funny.
If you had a Funny or a Flop or a Fail in your homeschooling life this week please consider linking up here to share it with us.
Did you have a flop or a fail in your homeschool this week? Maybe something happened that was just too funny!
Share it here in my blog hop – let’s show all those homeschooling moms who think that homeschooling has to be that Pinterest-perfect activity ALL the time what homeschooling really looks like!
Homeschooling can be messy and there may be tears, and your laundry absolutely never, ever, gets done! But it still is the absolute best thing you have ever done and the best life you could possibly imagine for your kids and for you, right?!
Places I linked up this post
Drop by and read the posts of some great homeschooling families at this week’s Homeschool Highlights hosted by Kym @ Homeschool Coffee Break! And read through the great posts at Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers’ Link Up as well! …and check out the great weekly wrap up posts linked up at The Homeschool Post! …and great posts link up at Blog, She Wrote , and of course the Encouraging Hearts & Home Blog Hop!
How Was Your Week? Do Your Kids Get Renewed Energy This Time of Year? What About Those Dishes?