Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Family Garden

As spring approaches and we can almost start planting peas, I encourage you to think about joining our family in learning how to grow some foods.  It’s one of those old time skills that I think are worth learning, and … Continue reading

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A revelation

This weekend I was once again dwelling on the event that led us to homeschool our daughter.  I once again thought that I need to let it go, but wasn’t sure how.  That’s when the thought came to me.  One … Continue reading

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With the melting of the snow…

Spring is coming rapidly.  Yesterday saw temperatures in the sixties and a good share of our snow has melted.  Our small pond is losing it’s ice covering as well.  Last spring we added nine goldfish to it.  Two lived to … Continue reading

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Trying to let go

I have been trying so hard to let go of what happened to my middle daughter (which led us to homeschooling).  The school carnival dredged up a lot of emotions that I thought were taken care of.  First, we dreaded … Continue reading

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The things kids say

Last night we watched a Hardy Boys episode.  I love how clean the older tv shows are, my kids love mysteries, and my girls are in love with Joe and Frank.  Some things don’t change.  At the end of the … Continue reading

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School Carnival

School Carnival was last night.  What a crazy night!  Our school had “Fun Night”, this one is carnival, whatever your school calls it, you know what I mean.  Our kids had a blast as usual, especially as we stopped for … Continue reading

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