Several years ago, I bought M a carving knife from a nifty online store that carried left handed tools. I forget which one. It came from Japan – talk about mystique. But Dan thought we should wait a bit before handing Continue reading Wood Shaving in the Kitchen
Dad loved exploring on vacation. Here we are in Steamtown when it was still in Vermont, 1983 He loved getting to drive the Aaron’s Fox at Highland Hose in Nyack, NY. The Fox was made the year Dad was born. Continue reading More Old Photos of My Daddy
Welcome to the Carnival of homeschooling. I’ve dug through my blog and photo archive to see what things were typically happening in our family in early December. Over a month since the change, and we were still not used to Continue reading The Carnival of Homeschooling: the Gingerbread Can Cure Poison Hour Edition.
Cristina at Home Spun Juggling has a questionnaire going: What is a memory you have of learning with your mother? What is a memory you have of learning with your father? What kind of education do you think you gave Continue reading Memories of Learning
As I waited for my one hour photos to print last night, I noticed a young man in a tee-shirt all over the CVS once I put down the book and moved on to cute cards. He was everywhere, giving Continue reading It’s not the suit
I was convinced that I could never scrapbook, so until I started homeschooling and needed to make a portfolio, I ignored the cool isles of pretty stuff in Michaels. One night my husband was watching the kids so I could Continue reading Simple Scrapbooks merging with Creating Keepsakes; sigh
Ever wonder what you will do with your talents when you are done schooling your kids? Check out what Mom Guest is doing at the US Merchant Marine Academy! I’m glad it’s Wednesday, my calender reads "Bake snickerdoodles with M" Continue reading Do not stand at attention or salute, enjoy as much food and drink as you like and relax.
The Carnival of Homeschooling is up. My entry is way near the bottom, so you won’t miss out on the other cool homeschooling links when you look for it. ;-)