Change is the only constant in life – Heraclitus, Greek Philosopher Our family has gone through a plethora of changes in recent months which culminated in my oldest son deciding to start public school Monday. He’s been homeschooled for the past 8 years but decided he needed new challenges. Oh the challenges. 6:15am? 6:30am? My… Continue reading Changes, they be a Comin’
In the form of a sheep! We’re all still under the weather, so handicrafts and soup are on the menu. I posted these on Instagram today because this reminds us of why we love homeschooling ❤️
While we’re voracious readers, these are literally what we’re reading today! Affiliate Post – thank you for clicking through to help me keep my blog ad-free As with many things in life, I have many things left undone. I have big aspirations, huge expectations of myself, and yet many of these seemingly easy and rhythmic… Continue reading February 2017: Books we’re Reading
This challenge is hosted by Sonya – @ Only 100 Words – The idea? 3 lines about the picture, no matter how long or short, but only three lines! Eclectic Unschooling Stormtroopers come into view, wielding weapons like painters do My boys and their Lego Minifigs show their write, authoring tales to my delight Building stories; creating… Continue reading Three Line Tales: Eclectic Unschooling
I find that life keeps throwing me curveballs. No excuses, just sayin’… At first, I thought these changes were just me — feeling the victim, caught unawares. I don’t like feeling sorry for myself or otherwise unable to manage situations. However, in some situations we just have to take a deep breath, pray, and leave… Continue reading Learning Curves, Blogging, Life, and My Garden
Affiliate Post – thank you for clicking through to help me keep my blog ad-free! Following on the heels of yesterday’s post of Grace and Space, we’re discussing on that post and a reblog by Melinda, sometimes you just need a day off – a Game Day off! We had an Epic Game Day yesterday… Continue reading Game Day: Sometimes You Just Need a Down Day!
Today, as we stumbled across our file box of File Folder Games, it reminded us of happy days playing them. However, my children haven’t used these in years. In part, because I never finished putting the games together; in part, because they are no longer the way we need to learn – we’ve moved past… Continue reading Homeschooling with File Folder Games