Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Suck It Up....

Wow, It has been harder than I thought getting back into the school grind! Neither one of us is in a school work frame of mind, but sometimes you just have to suck it up and do it!
Did I mention that Kelly stepped on a rusty old nail??? Yes she did! I had to take her down to the doctor's office and get a tetanus shot. She was actually pretty good in the doctor's office this time, most times she shakes so much that I worry they will want to put her into the hospital for tests : ( This time no shaking and no crying when they gave her the shot, I was a little wozzy tho.
My husband isn't working AGAIN, It is really unusual for there to be no work at this time of year so I am pretty nervous on where all this is leading to. We do have the money that I had gotten a number of months ago from my being the excutor of those wills, but the sad thing is I had gotten$12,000 and we are now down to $5,000! It is amazing how fast money will go when you have none coming in : (
Until Next Time - God Bless!!


Phyllis said...

It looks from your side bar that you are going to have a great school year. You know I love all that science!

Fatcat said...

Yeah, sometimes you just gotta do it. I hope your husband finds work soon. That is no fun when they are laid off. :-(

JLTan said...


Nicole said...

Hi, I finally remembered to look back at what we were gong to use for Chemistry this year. Hope it helps:


* Science: Chemistry
o Ellen McHenry's The Elements
o Ellen McHenry's Carbon Chemistry
o The Periodic Table of Videos (periodicvideos.com)
o Notebooking pages of elements
o The Elements: A Visual Exploration of Every Known Atom in the Universe by Theodore Gray
o LEGO Chemical Reactions

Fatcat said...

Hey, haven't heard from you in a while, hope you are doing okay.

Fatcat said...

I'm glad you commented on my blog to let me know you're still here! Yeah, being middle aged can be kind of sucky sometimes, can't it?

Phyllis said...

How have you guys been?

Phyllis said...

Just checking on you again. How are you all?