Our children all hit it off immediately.
Their play was peaceful and everyone seemed to enjoy one another.
My children have now been introduced to the fine art of catching fire flies...
Something they've never shown an interest in before
and something that Bowmans could not do in southern Georgia it seems.
The big boys camped out in a tent in the living room.
And this morning Hunter and Everett spent as much time together as possible.
The girls, though five years apart in age, shared a common interest in animals (particularly cats, dogs and horses) and ended up spending a lot of time together. They bunked in Ronin's room overnight.
After breakfast they had just enough time to play some Wii
and get in one last jump on the trampoline
before it was time to say goodbye to each other... and the animals.
Love my online sisters in Christ (and in unschooling)!
After they left I started a mad dash of cleaning and organizing the entire house, meals for the week, etc. Today starts tech week (those of you out there in the theater know what that means) which will lead directly into about a 20 show run for "Beauty and the Beast".
So don't be surprised if you don't hear from here for a while!
What little free time I have will be spent cleaning and sleeping over the next two weeks, I think.
Of course maybe it won't be so bad after all and it will end up being fine.
|Hunter rehearsing "Belle" at Center for the Arts.|
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