This is what the 10 mile river usually looks like in spring, in fact, when I took pictures of it a week or so ago, my idea was to show that it was slightly higher than usual. Here it is Continue reading The Rains Came Down and the Floods Came Up…
Yesterday, after work, I left the building, and noticed a woman sloshing through the parking lot to her blue car, very upset. She was on her cell phone, with the door open, clearly at a loss of what to do Continue reading Guest Blog from DH: Cars should not Float.
Not everything went well this morning, but B asked me not to blog about that part. So I get to write about the sunny part. M was calm and happy all through his lessons, which involved spelling dictation, and things Continue reading It was a wonderful morning
Find a way to teach M his Math and reading that does not frustrate him so much. OR just keep going until his teeth come in and he gets back to normal; of course, normal for him has included falling Continue reading What is it I gotta do again?
I’m in the middle of this. So far whenever my computer thumps it’s e-mail announcement, my stomach lurches, I run over to it, and try to immediately fix the whatever it is. Umm, Chris, you are acting so silly. I Continue reading Pattern Writing Process
What a Terrific Tour! And a great intro to chemistry. The Russell F. Tennant Water Treatment Facilty was so welcoming and interesting. We started off in the conference room with Bill drawing us a diagram of the water cycle. Then Continue reading Wonderful Water Treatment Tour
Due to various scheduling difficulties (like, his Mom is a ditz with calenders) M’s birthday was a family dinner with Presents on his actual Birthday, and this Tuesday we went to the Boston Children’s Museum with one of his friends. Continue reading Children’s Museum: M’s Birthday Part 2
I have 3 (Two on Ravelry, one is my Mom. Hi Mom!) people signed up to test knit my first written pattern. I’ve stayed up way too late the last few nights writing and editing it. Not my mittens though…it’s Continue reading New Adventure in Knitting for Me
We had to leave B at home: his independent work had been interrupted by a shopping trip, and we weren’t letting him walk much on his mending ankle anyway. Hmm, reading library books alone, with music playing at a volume Continue reading An Afternoon Walk in the Spring Last Week
So, how is it going? Well… B’s independent work is going swimmingly. Especially music. And he is co-oping great (just forgetting to let me know what supplies I need to buy for him before we get there, but that’s normal, Continue reading Oh Yeah, This is a Homeschool Blog…
It’s hard to charge when I tutor math. I really don’t quite know how to do taxes if I earn more than $400 a year. But I’m planning to start selling knitting patterns on Ravelry – with one or two Continue reading My Year to quit being leary of making money
K loves the toys and big girls in the Chilren’s room. M has just discovered the non-fiction section. His past favorite section was the Halloween picture books. And the play ground is right next door. Just some of our favorite Continue reading The Park and Library