July 3. Almost 7:30. Another cloudy day but not as cold as yesterday.
Had just a little time to write a couple e-mails before school this morning. There was quite a bit of work to grade today so didn’t get time to work on the computer this afternoon. After making sure that things were ready for school tomorrow, I did take a few minutes to practice keyboard before going to the kitchen to make biscuits for my supper. I really need to practice keyboard a bit more before tomorrow. Maybe I will have a little time to do that after Wilson’s Bible school class is over.
At 5:30, Daddy started the generator, and we ate and did laundry, and I almost forgot to keep an eye on my biscuits.
“Is any thing too hard for the LORD?” Genesis 18:14a
July 4. 9:00 p.m. It has been a long day. Up early to hang out clothes. Some rain had fallen during the night, and the lines were wet. Hardly enough rain to make the ground wet though.
The students did not do well on their Bible verse review this morning so we spent quite a bit of time going over and over the verses. Then we reviewed a bit of music, and I gave them a test.
We had our lunch and they had theirs. We had bought a nice big watermelon yesterday so we gave a little over half of it to the students to share and eat with their lunch.
After lunch, we had spelling quiz and English class. When English class was over, they told me they were all supposed to go over to Pinata with Matthew today to sing for the public preaching there. So there was no sale today.
Daddy and I had our nap. Then we ate the rest of the watermelon. I kept busy the rest of the afternoon grading today’s work, recording grades, making lesson plans for next week, and preparing a meal. Tonight we had chicken ‘n’ rice and carrots.
After I got the kitchen cleaned up, I worked on lesson plans until those were finished. Then I did the dishes and got my snack. So that is why I am late writing in my journal.
“For I know him, that he will command his children and his household after him, and they shall keep the way of the LORD, to do justice and judgment; that the LORD may bring upon Abraham that which he hath spoken of him.” Genesis 18:19