On my first day of 7th grade, our science teacher asked us to fill out forms about ourselves. The questions were things like, what is your address, what are your hobbies, and what are your petpeeves. My friends and I had no idea what a petpeeve was and had to ask. I don’t remember my… Continue reading Mondays, Math, and Murmurings
The rain is coming down out there this morning, providing a tune all its own. It’s soothing as I reach over and pet the cats, slide my fingers over the braille in my Bible, sip on a hot, cup of coffee, kiss my husband bye when he heads off to work. At this time 20… Continue reading A Thanksgiving Post
I am sitting here and listening to the sounds of a town waking up. Traffic is busy up on the highway, a car passes my house every little bit, a truck or big piece of machinery is beeping away, letting folks behind it know that it means business. Someone is using power tools down the… Continue reading Life’s Mysteries, Story Questions
Where were you? Americans have been asking themselves and one another that question for seventeen years. Answers range from school to work, from vacation to home. Many can only say they remember hearing about it, as they were not even born, yet or were just babies. I was here in my kitchen. I had just… Continue reading Where Were You?
We have a new kitten in the house. The 14 year old and 11 year old are excited and rather distracted, and we haven’t even started our school work for the day. Our 2-year-old cat isn’t so sure about this meowing furball roaming around in her territory, but so far, no one has gotten hurt.… Continue reading Busy Day Update
Wow. This morning I created homeschool journals for my girls, as I have been doing for…10 years? Truly, this is homeschool adventure number 10? What happened to homeschool adventures 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9? I was a novice homeschooler for so long, I feel like a hypocrite saying I’ve been at… Continue reading Homeschool Adventure Number What??
Remember that game you used to play when you were a kid called Follow the Leader? Well, a few years ago, I took my Sunday school class outside to play that game. Round and round the parking lot we went, hands on each others’ shoulders, as I had the kids to follow me. Follow me.… Continue reading If the Blind Follow the Blind…