Sometimes you’ve got it all together. Sometimes you’re late for co-op — and it’s a good thing homeschoolers don’t have to write excuses because some of them would be … interesting.
We thought it was Tuesday.
Annie couldn’t find her Tardis socks, and she can’t wear her tutu without them.
No one had matching shoes.
Someone tried to flush a harmonica.
We had to change the toner so Sarah could print her homework.
The car keys were being used as a chandelier in a Harry Potter Lego set.
George wanted to know where babies come from.
The kids couldn’t leave until we collected data to determine who has the longest tongue.
Jenny had the wrong socks. More precisely, she had 13 pairs of the wrong socks before we finally found the right ones.
All the clean underwear ended up being used in the dog’s pillow fort.
Aaron discovered the Trolley Problem.
The audiobook was at the most exciting part.
We were just going to drop off the overdue books, but there was book sale at the library.
My mother-in-law watched something on CNN about socialization and called to tell me about it.
The FAFSA made me cry.
Apparently only two of the kids made it to the car with their shoes on.
This was originally published in the fall 2017 issue of HSL.