I spemt some more time on lesson plans this morning...I put the history aside and went straight to sticking FIAR books where they need to be. I placed a book a week that go along with our other studies, the holidays or whatever is going on around here. I then went to the FIAR cookbook and each week, I flipped to that book and put something that goes along with each book as a meal for the right week.
I had a dermatologist appt this afternoon, and I think I will not be going back to him. It was a far drive, I asked if he could stretch out the amount of time between visits - he only sees me for roseca- but he said no, so when my meds run out and it is time to return, I will be finding someone closer.
Made some spaghetti for dinner tonight and then played against Rog in a online poker game. I am taking my calendar and my history book and headed to bed to finish my supply list, I may take the cookbook and add the items I need from that as well :)
Oh, about my book. I have a 2 subject notebook, 5x7 size, that I use for library and suppplies. I label each page - week1, week2, and so on - in each section. One section is my library list. Any library books that I need for lessons for that week, I list. All of my history, science and FIAR are all on that one page. The library may not have all of them, but I can check from one spot. I will request the books the Wednesday before I need them on Monday week. That gives the system a week plus to round them up for me. We will probably use Friday's as library days. In my next section - labeled with the weeks, I make list of things I need to buy for the week - extra supplies, groceries to have a special meal, whatever. As the time comes, I will add my grocery list to that page and have it with me when I hit the SuperCenter! I have been doing this for the past two years and it helps ALOT!
And lastly, I have not forgot that I still haven't posted my Disney stuff, it is still in the works, because I do not like the laptop! I will get it done this week! Off to bed to work on my calendar.