This is the "end" of my first semester, even though I'm not technically through week 18 yet. The calendar just fell funny this year and I couldn't manage 18 weeks prior to Christmas break.
For Bible, we finished up listening to the tape series we've been doing and will continue the little Advent/Christmas study we've been doing over the holidays.
And may I just add here that I started reading about the dates and stories for "Old Christmas" back when I was in about seventh or eighth grade and one year I wrapped my alarm clock in a towel and put it in bed with me so that my parents wouldn't hear it. At midnight on twelfth night I got up and went to the barn to see if I could hear the animals talk, but they were trying to sleep, LOL....
I also distinctly heard jingle bells on the roof at about the time I was beginning to really question the idea of Santa Claus (and so have my children).... So here's hoping that all of you have a very merry holiday season, as I always have!
Our algebra class got snowed out this week, so he finished up the chapter of fractions in Russian Math and today we did a chapter from a Mark Twain publication Geometry workbook.