So this is the week that things start to get back to normal for our homeschool life. This afternoon the Strings program portion of our Homeschool Band and Strings program begins. This year, my husband and daughter will continue playing the violin. Our oldest son will continue playing the cello (once his full-size cello arrives), and will be adding the string bass to his instrument list once we are able to get him one. I will be learning the violin and our youngest son will be learning the viola.
Then on Thursday, band classes begin. I am going to try playing the flute again in beginner band while playing trombone in the advanced band. However, if the flute does not go well, I will play the french horn in the beginner band. I figure since I already know how to play the french horn, I should be good there. My husband is going to use our youngest son’s alto saxophone to play in the beginner band while playing the clarinet in the advanced band. Our youngest son will be playing the bass clarinet (once it arrives) for the beginner band while playing his alto saxophone for the advanced band. Our middle son will be playing his baritone horn in both groups. Then our oldest son will probably be playing his cello in both band groups if all goes according to plan.
In addition to classes resuming, our oldest son will be going on Friday to take his certification exam to become a Certified Nursing Assistant. I am excited for him. The above picture is from when he received he completed his course for Nursing Assistant before taking the certification course.
Over the weekend, we will have different friends over to eat with us on Saturday and Sunday. Saturday, we are planning on fixing homemade Japanese and Chinese food to include Sesame Chicken, Beef and Broccoli, egg rolls, Japanese french fries (zucchini strips and onions), and possibly sushi. Then on Sunday, we are planning on grilling Shish-k-Bobs along with a salad, wild rice and probably some other items as well.
So what is going on with you today? I would love to hear from you.