Hectic week

I’m finding myself with a very busy week. Some of it was expected, appointments that were already planned, etc. Some of it was quite a surprise, such as a sudden visit to the vet for the feline member of the family (he’s fine, btw). But this very busy week means that I won’t be posting … Continue reading Hectic week

Family Ties

The flexibility of homeschooling allows us to do things that aren’t always done in public school. Going in depth in a genealogy project, for example. I know my kids did a basic family tree project in public school in Kindergarten or 1st grade, but it was very basic – essentially the people who lived in … Continue reading Family Ties

The bond of homeschooling – and why you need to use caution with it

If you belong to any homeschooling groups on Facebook, or have a lot of homeschooling friends, you’ve probably seen this image floating around lately. It’s funny, partially because there is some truth to it. I know I met the woman whom I consider to be my best friend because we were both members of the … Continue reading The bond of homeschooling – and why you need to use caution with it