…maybe this storm will pass right by? Yeah. Not likely.
So no one felt the need to ask/tell me that one or more of them want to go live with their dad. I was also gone from 5:30am until 6:30 pm, thanks to a very lengthy Doctor’s visit that has led to several more Doctor visits. More on that, later…
By the time I actually made it home, exhausted, I had to get my participation in for my MBA class, check Erin’s homeschooling assignments (which she is still behind, since she slept until 11 am) of which I have also set a new caught-up date of this coming Saturday.
It is just not going to happen. And I am just not ready for this argument right now. And the attitude. And the slamming doors, and throwing of things important and unimportant. And likely refusal to do homeschooling assignments as some sort of punishment for me when the only person she is hurting is herself.
I just cannot justify letting my emotionally unstable 13 year old teenage daughter move in with her father, who she has not seen since January 2nd. Who cannot keep a job. Who lives who-knows-where. Oh. And he is physically and verbally abusive.
Yeah. Not gonna happen.
So I will prepare myself for the attitude to come, and let her know I am doing what is best for her.
I cannot wait for Christmas and that big battle! 🙂
…as to how my 8th grade homeschooler could manage to get herself on the brink of being removed from her virtual online school.
What has she done to raise the ire of the homeschooling staff?
She refuses to answer the phone when her homeroom teacher calls; once every other week.
Twice a month. That’s it. She needs to talk to her homeroom teacher twice a month so they know if she has any questions, issues, concerns, etc.
I do not find this to be unreasonable in the least, and have been explaining to her that she has got to take these phone calls. Or I will be driving her to the local public middle school and signing her up for classes there.
I am really, truly, at my wits end with her lack of cooperation.
She is doing the school work. She is smart. She is not confused by the classes or assignments.
She is quickly running out of options, and she is not going to like the only other alternative I have if she refuses public school like I have been dealing with for the past 5 years.
Any ideas? Thoughts? Words of encouragement? Hexes or spells to make her do what she should? Anything?
I Hope This Goes Better Than I Am Expecting! Probably not what you expected either, from the title!
I am moving my blogs to a self-hosted website, so I can have more control over how my pages look, as well as what add-ins are displayed. I am hoping for the best, but expecting the worst. So, I will be absolutely devastated if my followers don’t get redirected to my new website as it states it will do.
I know several of you are following two of my blogs, and one of you is following all 3 ( J ). I do not know how long this transition may take, but I will definitely keep them open where they are at until I know I can export everything over.
So, if I disappear for a while, I apologize, I will just be sitting in front of my laptop, crying because I messed something up!
I have to say, this has been one long week! I am super-happy that Erin’s Friday classes I had to take her to are done for the year. I am also still waiting to hear from the K12 program to get her enrolled in online school for 8th grade. Kendall’s Drivers training got pushed out from starting Monday to starting on April 14, which makes me super-happy as well.
Statistics ends on Wednesday, so I am going to be spending my weekend getting my final assignments and exam finished.
It appears that it is going to be a very rainy weekend here in West Michigan, but it isn’t snowing and I’m not complaining!
What are your fun plans (or maybe not-so-fun chores) for this weekend? Enjoy it, no matter what you are doing 🙂