I woke up this morning with a little issue with my tummy. Colloidal silver seems to be knocking it out. Princess Melody and the King aren't feeling so hot, either, so we're all on the colloidal silver, pepto bismol and alka seltzer.
Princess Abbey ran my errands with me this morning. We had to fax some papers to the Girl Scout council in regards to our troop account, considering that we can't sell cookies without an account. Then, we had to go to the store to buy yarn to fill some crochet orders that have come in recently. We also needed some colorful paper to make our giant New Jersey lapbook. Then, we went to the bookstore to find some new books for Tarja. To backtrack, we have stopped borrowing from the library because: 1) we NEVER manage to turn books in on time. 2)the librarians don't seem to like it when children come in and look at the books. 3)we found an assortment of books about "alternative lifestyles" rubbing elbows with books for preschoolers that we did not appreciate. At any rate, I found The Complete Tales of Beatrix Potter and Tales From Hans Christian Anderson. The clerk at the bookstore gave me a discount on the most expensive book, so I am a happy book shopper. We also picked up a 1/2 pound of fudge, which is entirely too good, and has entirely too much sugar for me. I emailed the book store owner and asked if she had considered making some sugar free items, and she said that she had not been able to find any good recipes. Now, I might be on a mission to find some good sugar free treat recipes, because I KNOW that somewhere out there, probably online, is a goldmine of sugar free candy recipes that have not been discovered.
After that, Abbey completed a Conservation test and got a 100. Yay! We watched part of a movie about the book of John while I got her Forestry Management unit ready. Then, we read Mere Christianity, in the midst of our parrot squawking, Princess Tarja crying and insisting on having The Nutcracker turned up full blast on the TV, and the dryer apparently drying rocks or something, based on all of the noise that it's making. I'm guessing that we may need to go over that chapter again at another, more peaceful time. Princess Abbey asked to take a break from some of her daily work to work on her New Jersey unit for our State Fair. Judging from all of the stuff that I printed out for her to do, I guess that I will have to allow that. I did manage to call someone about letting us borrow a building for that State Fair. The two ladies that I spoke to seemed very happy to help out, but will have to get back with me at another time. Now, it's time to get ready for our Tuesday baton twirling lessons.
Have a Great Day!