My family has enjoyed several Renaissance Faires in Virginia and Maryland. The first one I ever attended was with my husband over a decade ago in California. It’s wonderful to be immersed in… Read More
Has anyone wondered where I’ve been? Well, for one hour a week I’ve been in downtown Spotsy with my two younger kids while Rhiannon is in her piano lesson. Rhiannon’s drama club takes… Read More
#165 1. A cup of tea _with honey is good for a sore throat_. 2. _Photos, scrapbooks, favorite books, and clutter_ makes a place feel like home. 3. Everything has its beauty _in… Read More
Okay, I did take snow pics today. But I’m not posting them! Ian and I had some fun this morning drawing and pillow fighting. He doesn’t draw often so I’m not sure he… Read More
A tree is growing in our dining room. It appears to be deciduous, but unlike most of the trees outside, instead of losing colorful leaves, our tree is gaining colorful leaves. You may… Read More
Yesterday the girls were studying the map of Busch Gardens again. They would quiz each other: “What is at B-11?” I’m glad I thought to stick the map on the door for us… Read More
playing with french fries and studying language arts
My 31 month old asked to paint this morning. I only gave him red, yellow, and blue paint. After he filled up a huge paper with swirls of paint he found another canvas.
I have a new skill! I took the first level knitting class at Jo-Ann’s this afternoon. It’s 2.5 hour class and there was only one other student so we got a lot of… Read More
Our homeschool group met in the library today. We all brought old stuff like cardboard tubes, pipe cleaners, containers, glue, etc and the kids made wonderful creations.