|Cecchetti Ballet Class 2017|
|Anne's super-sized flip flop creation dangling over a bridge.|
|Dean's scaled large sculpture of a Canada goose on a small island in the middle of the lake.|
|My sack of birdseed would be very large, lying along the pathway.|
|Dad and Dean doing the math for our scaled map.|
|This is the final landscape with our Oldenburg creations. One of the twins made a fishing pole|
pulling a fish out of the lake. The other twin attached a tall lollipop to the picnic pavilion.
We also started learning about George Eliot. My husband started reading aloud her book, Silas Marner. During story time each evening, Anne worked on and finished another puzzle while Dean sketched.
We also did all of our math, history, home economics, science, English and writing lessons. Dean attended his weekly art class with a local artist, physical education class and guitar class. It was certainly a full week. We even squeezed in a round of miniature golf.
Lastly, the rest of life kept us busy. My new oven arrived this week. I have been without one for EIGHT months, almost to the day. I am so blessed to have one again. I can't wait to bake. No more crockpot meals -- at least for a few months!