The squirt gun was malfunctioning, so… They borrowed a screw driver and began to take it apart. Then they got distracted, and the pieces are sitting in a box.
to listen to Marcus Du Sautoy’s radio history of mathematics.
I was listening to the Paperclipping Roundtable this morning (dishes go faster on days with new podcasts) This u-tube video of a mini-album made out of junk mail envelopes was someone’s pick of the week.
The reception was at Francis Farms in Rehoboth We had to stash the white chocolate lollypops away from K. The tricksters eventually decorated the get-away car with them: they figured it would be non-damaging on the rental car. I hope Continue reading What a Lovely Wedding
High School Play Canceled due to inappropriate references.
Oh you can certainly use them with polymer clay and embossing powder, but have you considered the vocabulary building aspect?“F’ower Mamma?” “F’ower?” “See f’ower Mamma?” Then there is the block aspect of wood block mounted rubber stamps. You can stack Continue reading Looking for something else to do with rubber stamps?
At Taking Time for Things that Matter I have a submission in this carnival – there is lots of good articles, I’m looking forward to reading it.
B has long wanted to explore Bernie Zubrowski’s book about clocks. I’ve put it off because it starts out with shadow observations of a pole for several days spread throughout the year. The only pole around here that neither casts Continue reading Summer Solstice
“We homeschool; so we are flexible.” I say that when I want a doctor’s appointment quickly; when people wonder why B is doing his PE at the park, “during school hours,” when we are “still,” doing kitchen table school in Continue reading Not Mainstream, but feeling Eddies anyway
We got up a bit late today, so DH didn’t get to be alone when he read his Bible: in fact,the large tinker toy Bad Guy Mother ship launched her escape pods, to continue the fight against the Good Guy Continue reading Tinker Toy Battle
K wants to ‘help’ of course. B is quite good at knowing when his syrup is almost to hard crack stage – but he still wants a candy thermometer for his birthday.
Then it’s time to pick curricula for next year Too…Many…options…can’t….think…oh…the …..responsibility…let’s……..procrastinate some more….