Today is the first day of school at the Sanderson Home School. It's the first day of the last year, as a matter of fact. In honor of this momentous occasion, I woke up feeling like something the cat dragged out from under a bus.
The jury's still out whether this was caused by nerves over the prospect of my daughter starting her senior year or by that truly awesome but incredibly greasy fried chicken I had last night. (Seriously the best tasting chicken I've had in as long as I can remember, but since I changed my diet, greasy and I don't get along. I never should've eaten the skin.)
Anyway, this semester's schedule looks something like this:
Intro to Management
Yep, Daughter wants to keep her internship going through the school year. As long as her grades stay up and she's getting her assignments in on time, I'm cool with it.
And yes, you do see two sections of Algebra in there. Due to an error on the part of the teacher (namely me), last year's math was Business Math and I found out over the summer that doesn't actually count as a math with most colleges anymore. Go figger. So, we're cramming two years worth of math into one year. Algebra II this semester, Trig next semester. Yay. (It's broken into two sections because Daughter just can't see herself surviving a two-hour block of math straight through. I don't have the heart to remind her some college courses are two-hour blocks.)
One more year. A good friend of mine asked me what I was going to do next year - after Daughter's off to school. My answer: Write more. We'll see how that goes. ;o)