Last week Jack and I made an allergen-free chocolate pie for Father’s Day. It had no eggs, no dairy, no nuts, no wheat, and it still tasted really good! It was so good, in fact, that I didn’t have a chance to take a picture. I did, however, find a picture of the first Father’s Day chocolate pie I ever made. (It was not allergen-free, as that was not an issue back then. This year was the first that I figured out an allergen-free chocolate pie so we’ve had to do with other desserts in the meantime.)
I also found a picture of the little creature who gave us an especial reason to celebrate Father’s Day those ten years ago:
Last week we also did a little homeschool plant cell biology. Our model cell looked like this:
I finished all of our end-of-the-year homeschool paperwork. On the way to the high school to turn it in, Jack and I stopped for a walk at the river.
We ended the week with a string recital and picnic. It was held at the home of another Buffalo Suzuki Strings family. Thomas and Jack played their “Long, Long Ago” duet with Miss Klansee playing a harmony part (which would technically make the song a trio).
It was a very full week and a good one too.