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| Sunday | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday | Module/Week 1Week of 1/12 | 1.Cook breakfast for my family2.Go to church3.Go eat after church 4. Come home and clean my home.6. work out7.eat dinner8.go to sleep | 1. Wake up and pick up my grandson up to baby sit2.come back home and cook breakfastInf 1 begins3.take my grandson to the park.5.Eat Dinner6.Go to bed | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Go on a morning walk3. go to morning church4. Go to the store 6.eat dinner7.go to bed | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Watch my grandson3.go to the park4. wash clothes5. pay bills6.Course Check list due7. Cook dinner8.Go to bed | 1. Wake up cook2. Watch my grandson3. Go to the park4.Go to the store5. Go to church6.DB thread due7.eat dinner8.go to bed | 1.Wake up and cook breakfast2.Go to the park3.Go to the store4.Go to church 6.Go to bed | 1.Wake up2.Go to the park3.Watch movies4.cook dinner5.go to bed | Module/Week 2 | 1.Cook breakfast for my family2.Go to church3.Go eat after church 4. Come home and clean my home.6. work out7.eat dinner8.go to sleep9.Read ch 3-4 | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Go on a morning walk3. go to morning church4. Go to the store 6.eat dinner7.go to bed 8.Time mng reflection/week 2 quiz | 1. Wake up and pick up my grandson up to baby sit2.come back home and cook breakfast3.take my grandson to the park.5.Eat Dinner6.Go to bed | 1. Wake up cook2. Watch my grandson3. Go to the park4.Go to the store5. Go to church6Study7.eat dinner8.go to bed | 1.Wake up2.Go to the park3.Watch movies4.cook dinner5.go to bed | 1.Wake up and cook breakfast2.Go to the park3.Go to the store4.Go to church 6.Go to bed | 1. Wake up and pick up my grandson up to baby sit2.come back home and cook breakfast3.take my grandson to the park.5.Eat Dinner6.Go to bed | Module/Week 3 | 1. Wake up and pick up my grandson up to baby sit2.come back home and cook breakfastRead chap 5-63.take my grandson to the park.5.Eat Dinner6.Go to bed | 1.Cook breakfast for my family2.Go to church3.Go eat after church 4. Come home and clean my home.5. Week 3 quiz,English test6. work out7.eat dinner8.go to sleep | 1.Wake up and cook breakfast2.Go to the park3.Go to the store4.Go to church 6.Go to bed | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Watch my grandson3.go to the park4. wash clothes5. pay bills6.Study7. Cook dinner8.Go to bed | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Go on a morning walk3. go to morning church4. Go to the store 6.eat dinner7.go to bed | 1.Wake up and cook breakfast2.Go to the park3.Go to the store4.Go to church 6.Go to bed | 1.Cook breakfast for my family2.Go to church3.Go eat after church 4. Come home and clean my home.6. work out7.eat dinner8.go to sleep | Module/Week 4 | 1.Wake up and cook breakfast2.Go to the park3.Go to the store4.Go to church 6.Go to bed7.Read chp 7 | 1.Wake up and cook breakfast2.Go to the park3.Go to the store4.Go to church 6.Go to bed7.Module 4 quiz | 1. Wake up and pick up my grandson up to baby sit2.come back home and cook breakfastDb Fourm23.take my grandson to the park.5.Eat Dinner6.Go to bed | 1.Cook breakfast for my family2.Go to church3.Go eat after church 4. Come home and clean my home.6. work out7.eat dinner8.go to sleep | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Watch my grandson3.go to the park4. wash clothes5. pay bills6.Course Check list due7. Cook dinner8.Go to bed | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Go on a morning walk3. go to morning church4. Go to the store 6.eat dinner7.go to bed | 1.Cook breakfast for my family2.Go to church3.Go eat after church 4. Come home and clean my home.6. work out7.eat dinner8.go to sleep | Module/Week 5 | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Go on a morning walk3. go to morning church4. Go to the store 6.eat dinner7.go to bedRead chp 8 | 1.Cook breakfast for my family2.Go to church3.Go eat after church 4. Come home and clean my home.6. work out7.eat dinner8.Week 5 quiz9.go to sleep | 1. Wake up and pick up my grandson up to baby sit2.come back home and cook breakfastOutline Db fourm3.take my grandson to the park.5.Eat Dinner6.Go to bed | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Watch my grandson3.go to the park4. wash clothes5. pay bills6.Time mang preview7. Cook dinner8.Go to bed | 1.Wake up and cook breakfast2.Go to the park3.Go to the store4.Go to church 6.Go to bed | 1.Wake up and cook breakfast2.Go to the park3.Go to the store4.Go to church 6.Go to bed | 1.Cook breakfast for my family2.Go to church3.Go eat after church 4. Come home and clean my home.6. work out7.eat dinner8.go to sleep | Module/Week 6 | 1.Wake up and cook breakfast2.Go to the park3.Go to the store4.Go to church 6.Go to bed | 1. Wake up and pick up my grandson up to baby sit2.come back home and cook breakfast3.take my grandson to the park.5.Eat Dinner6.Go to bed | 1.Cook breakfast for my family2.Go to church3.Go eat after church 4. Come home and clean my home.6. work out7.eat dinner8.go to sleep | 1.Wake up and cook breakfast2.Go to the park3.Go to the store4.Go to church 6.Go to bed | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Watch my grandson3.go to the park4. wash clothes5. pay bills6DB rough draft7. Cook dinner8.Go to bed | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Go on a morning walk3. go to morning church4. Go to the store 6.eat dinner7.go to bed 8.Pre testWeek | 1.Cook breakfast for my family2.Go to church3.Go eat after church 4. Come home and clean my home.6. work out7.eat dinner8.go to sleep | Module/Week 7 | 1.Cook breakfast for my family2.Go to church3.Go eat after church 4. Come home and clean my home.6. work out7.eat dinner8.go to sleep9.Read chap 9-10 | 1.Cook breakfast for my family2.Go to church3.Go eat after church 4. Come home and clean my home.6. work out7.eat dinner8.go to sleep9.Self elv quizPost test | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Go on a morning walk3. go to morning church4. Go to the store 6.eat dinner7.go to bed | 1. Wake up and pick up my grandson up to baby sit2.come back home and cook breakfastInf 1 begins3.take my grandson to the park.5.Eat Dinner6.Go to bed | 1.Wake up and cook breakfast2.Go to the park3.Go to the store4.Go to church 6.Go to bed | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Watch my grandson3.go to the park4. wash clothes5. pay bills6.Course 7. Cook dinner8.Go to bed | 1.Wake up and cook breakfast2.Go to the park3.Go to the store4.Go to church 6.Go to bed7.Study for test | Module/Week 8 | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Go on a morning walk3. go to morning church4. Go to the store 6.eat dinner7.go to bed8.Read chap 11 | 1. Wake up and pick up my grandson up to baby sit2.come back home and cook breakfastInt thread due/replies due3.take my grandson to the park.5.Eat Dinner6.Go to bed | 1.Wake up and cook breakfast2.Go to the park3.Go to the store4.Go to church 6.Go to bed | 1.Wake up and cook breakfast2.Go to the park3.Go to the store4.Go to church 6.Go to bed | 1.Cook breakfast for my family2.Go to church3.Go eat after church 4. Come home and clean my home.6. work out7.eat dinner8.go to sleep | 1. Wake up cook breakfast2. Watch my grandson3.go to the park4. wash clothes5. pay billsCelebrate the end of a semester7. Cook dinner8.Go to bed | 1.Cook breakfast for my family2.Go to church3.Go eat after church 4. Come home and clean my home.6. work out7.eat dinner8.go to sleep |

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