Henry Cate read an article that there are more girls than boys being homeschooled these days, and decided to do an informal survey to see if it is so. The comments section are interesting. He’d really like it if you Continue reading Nothing like finding out directly:
I may need to cut back on the amount of time I blog or read blogs, so I can get this stuff done: I need to read the tutorial on the Eagle’s Wings web site so I know how to Continue reading Goals for the next few weeks of computer time
Friday: drove 8 hours with lots of stops to Houghton where my cousin arranged for us to rent a flat for the weekend. The kids slept well after a long walk around campus. Saturday: my cousin’s wedding (beautiful! pictures coming Continue reading Home again Home again jiggity jig
The sleeping bags we’ve borrowed from my Mom are in the boy’s room. M played with one on his bed, then eyed the brighter red one. "Um Mom, what do you call those transportation bed thingies?" "Gurneys? stretchers?" we guessed, Continue reading Sleeping Bags
It helps to plant the rose bushes inbetween the sidewalk and the irises: kids tend to snap off the hand height buds and drop them later on down the sidewalk. Thorns kind of stop that. It is also helpful if Continue reading Rules of Tenant Gardening
My Darling Cousin K and her family drove down from Cambridge to be with us this Sunday. I was glad that we’d gone through the dedication with the boys, because I sure didn’t hear anything Pastor Ron said yesterday! Continue reading Dedicating K
It’s not a bad as Alexander’s terrible, horrible,no-good, very bad day, but I am very tired and cranky. Between the baby’s teeth, fever and general not-wanting to go to bed, and M’s fever and belly ache, I didn’t sleep much Continue reading Cranky Day
M has had a tummy ache since Sunday. This morning DH had a bad fever and stuffy head. He went to work with the plan to see his customer, then come home and nap. K has a fever, and has Continue reading Sick Day
B let me post this picture because my desk is messier than his. The green linens are old napkins and applicayed place mats. I’m going to use them in the new sage living room on an empty shelf as a Continue reading There really is a floor in the workroom!
K was showing B her glasses that Grandma gave her in her Easter Basket. She didn’t keep them on long, but putting things on and taking them off is a good game. Thanks for the heads up B!
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at Walking Therein What is a blog carnival? It’s an entry in a volunteer’s blog that links to the 30 or so submitters’ blog entries, arranged in a theme, like an annotated index of a magazine. You may find new Continue reading The Carnival of Homeschooling is up