Meanwhile Miss 15 and I have been mostly relaxing, although she did write her column for the national birding magazine. We enjoyed watching the movie Suffragette. I did find lots of lessony things on line but in the end ditched them in favour of trying to instigate a Big Juicy Conversation since the movie provided lots of good material. Turns out Miss 15 and I aren't great at BJC's - something to work on. We were going to rewatch The Maltese Falcon and discuss some of the questions from our Movies as Literature programme but, due to a miscommunication, the movie had already been returned. So we'll have to get it out and try again this week.
The week ended with two pieces of good news. Miss 15 has been accepted into a summer programme at the university she currently thinks she would like to attend - my alma mater as it happens. The week-long programme is for students about to enter either of the last two years of high school. She's been accepted into the zoology section, which should be a perfect fit for her. The only problem Miss 15 has is that it clashes with the first week of the summer trampoline programme.
And my MRI results are back. No abnormalities detected which is great. Of course the bad news is we are then back to square on with no diagnosis - or a GP who is convinced it is one thing and a specialist who is convinced it isn't.
Linking to the Weekly Wrap-Up over at Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers.