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Four for four

It was a proud mom day full of accomplishments.

Fiona and Sophie spent their third day on downhill skis with the school’s field trip program. This time I went along. They’re skiing fabulously! Sophie got moved up to the intermediate group after only one day and is carving nice parallel turns. Fiona is zipping all over the place fearlessly yet under control. Both skied part of a black (expert) run and a couple of different intermediate runs, loved zipping through the trees and tried out some deep powder. It was a great day.

Noah had been procrastinating on writing his Math 9 midterm for a couple of months. The course is mostly review, but he easily gets anxious and unsure of himself, and having never written a test that actually counts for anything, he was not keen to dive in. I finally pushed him to do it. He heard from our liaison teacher today — he scored 96% with just a couple of little “brain fart” errors in the arithmetic: he nailed all the conceptual material.

And Erin, who couldn’t think of anything better to do today, decided to go to school to do a bit of work mopping up some of the peripheral grad requirements. How fortunate. It turned out that her English 12 exam, which she was sure was tomorrow, was actually today! She wrote it, it was marked, and she scored 100%. On an English exam. How is that even possible?



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3 responses to “Four for four”

  1. Anonymous Avatar

    How wonderful. How wonderfully God made your children!
    Congratulations and blessings on your further homeschooling.

  2. Sarah Avatar

    That's fantastic! What a proud day indeed. As a klutzy skier, I'm not sure whether I'd be more proud of the 100% or the skiing! That's a huge feat in my book!

  3. Penelope Avatar

    Isn't it amazing how quickly they pick up skiing?

    Sounds like a great day, all around!

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