My philosophy of eduction for our homeschool experience can be supported by various quotes from others as they share our viewpoints. As a homeschooling family, we spend a great deal of time thinking about education and learning. But I would still probably find it pretty difficult to sit down and write out my philosophy […]
Archives for December 2008
Last Sunday was the children's Christmas musical at our church. I played the lead in the play as Dr. Newheart (my very first experience doing any kind of acting); Joely played Wendy, whose only lines were basically, "Oh, no!" and "Oh, yeah!"…repeatedly; and Jaden and Jerah played Drs. Fric and Frac respectively, interns of Dr. […]
The menu plan for this Monday received a lot of help. Tonight was our church's Christmas dinner, and we brought home a lot of leftovers, so lunch and dinner is taken care of for at least a day. Here's what I have planned for the rest of the week. Monday: Christmas dinner leftovers (meatballs and […]
I made pumpkin bread from scratch for the first time this afternoon. I was planning to use this recipe straight out, but due to a white flour and ground cloves shortage in my otherwise well-stocked pantry, I had to make a few changes. And since I was making some substitutions, I decided to read through […]
My confession is that I'm okay with being a college drop-out because I am exactly where I want to be as a stay at home homeschooling mom. As a child, I always thought that one day I'd go to college. Not that my family had tons of money and could easily pay for college tuition; […]
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