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When I was very small someone told me that bulls got angry when they saw the color red, so I have always associated the color with . . . → Read More: Seeing Red
Summer has been a much needed and anticipated break from school work. Oh to wake up and not have to make the kids get started on their math has been so refreshing. I do, however, keep them reading. We have joined three different library reading clubs as well as the clubs from retail bookstores. They . . . → Read More: How We Are Spending Our Summer
While my husband’s parents were here we decided to take them to downtown historic Fort Worth to see the sights and get a little glimpse of our cowboy heritage. My in-laws enjoyed the sights and my kids loved the activities that were all free!
The kids got to pet the horse while we . . . → Read More: What to see in Fort Worth for Free
I’ve been talking to Jason Jr. about the baby. Last night he was more curious than usual. I told him the baby was growing in my belly and wouldn’t come out for a long time. He wanted to keep talking about it, but I told him to go bed.
This morning I went into his . . . → Read More: Funny Kids Quotes #17
He offered to sweep up the bug for me.
So proud to finally get that bug on the dust pan.
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This morning as I was waiting for my sister Miriam to arrive to stay with my kids while I went to my doctor’s appointment, I heard Joy shriek, “Mom! There’s a snake in here, a real one. It’s moving!” That didn’t get much reaction from me, but the other kids went running.
“It’s true. It . . . → Read More: A Snake in the House
It was a Thursday and I was sick–the kind of sick when a mom throws on some clothes, drives to the nearest Redbox, and rents the kids a couple of movies so that she can crash on the couch. I did nothing on that day, nothing but rest, that is. My in-laws were coming the . . . → Read More: Company and Communication
Last week I finally got around to making our traditional Easter meal. Since so many of us were sick Easter weekend, it didn’t get done. The kids were so upset, I promised that I’d make it on another night. They have been reminding me often!
This year we ate by candlelight. . . . → Read More: Our Belated Easter Dinner
Last year as a part of our homeschooling, we used the Classical Conversations curriculum and attended a weekly community, where I also tutored. This curriculum has taken off, and it seems as if everyone in homeschooling circles is talking about it. We have chosen not to attend the community next year, so people want to . . . → Read More: Classical Conversations Community Review
I took my youngest two to Wal-Mart one morning to get some grocery shopping done while my older two were somewhere else. I woke up feeling a bit off, like I didn’t get enough sleep or something, so I was trying to rush through the store. I’m not sure what I ended up with, but . . . → Read More: The Dreaded Checkout Line