The final and longest leg of my journey back to chaos should be happening today, if this publishes itself correctly.
I figure to get home by midnight tonight, and be at homeschool co-op by 8 tomorrow morning as usual.
I don't plan to teach tomorrow, my co-teacher will be doing the lesson, lasagna.
I will be there physically, but not much more.
By tomorrow, I can also begin blogging about how the trip really went.
No matter what happened, I'm sure it was an adventure.
Ask A Stupid Question Day
Cabrilla Day, California
Dasera -- Hindu
Family Day -- A Day to Eat Dinner With Your Kids
Feast of Khepera -- Ancient Egyptian Calendar (beetle god)
Fiesta de San Miguel, Mexico
Festival of Wawatsari, Huichol, Mexico (god of deer peyote)
Fish Tank Floor Show Night
Francis Willard Day, Minnesota
Independence Day, Thailand
National Good Neighbor Day
National Strawberry Cream Pie Day
Referendum Day, Guinea
St. Vaclav's Day (patron of Czechoslovakia)
St. Wenceslaus' Day
Teacher's Day, China
World Maritime Day
Yom Kippur -- Jewish
Hilary Duff, 1987
Naomi Watts, 1968
Mira Sorvino, 1967
Janeane Garofalo, 1964
Koko Taylor, 1935
Brigitte Bardot, 1934
Arnold Stang, 1925
Marcello Mastroianni, 1924
Al Capp, 1909
Ed Sullivan, 1901
Today in History:
Pompey the Great, member of the Triumvirate, is assassinated by order of King Ptolemy of Egypt upon landing in that country, BC48
King/Saint Wenceslas murdered by his brother, 935
William the Conqueror invades England, 1066
Sinking of the Spanish fleet during a hurricane off the coast of Florida, 1528
Publication of "Pilgrim's Progress", 1678
Divorce is legalized in Maryland, 1701
American and French forces begin the siege of Yorktown, 1781
Napoleon Bonaparte, age 16, graduates from the Military Academy of Paris -- 42nd in a class of 51, 1785
Donati's comet becomes the first to be photographed, 1858
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