Classical Conversations. My class, the Apprentices, was a lovely mix of 8 boys and girls. Two of them were mine. :) The class went beautifully and afterward I cried a little, so very thankful to be in this journey with like-minded mama's, to have the blessing of this academic leap I'm able to take for the boys because of Classical Conversations. That's not all....
This season is going to be relentless, but I'm buckling down with my sights set on doing it graciously and coming out with a smile. Things will slow down soon, I hope.
Oh, and I Ran....once.
F. B. Meyer and Calvary Chapel Publishing. If you happen upon this book, snatch it up without a second thought. It's out of print, and a treasure on pages. We have taken months to read the teeny book and I have devoured the words and taken weeks to digest it all.
Looking forward to: getting in our school day groove. We're still settling in, of course. I look forward to a little more ease in our days, the ease of familiarity.
The sunflower house is collapsing, the gourds are plentiful, the corn is done. I'm still enjoying the yard and keeping an eye on the pumpkins.
Guilty Pleasures: Blogging. I am sitting here with eggs in my lap. No kidding. My 9 year old made a chocolate pie from scratch that calls for meringue. I haven't done it before, I tried once but I'm going to try again.
At any rate, I'm finally spending a little time here at the blog, and a little time on my new Pinterest account. Keeping in mind all the while that "much dreaming and many words are meaningless" Ecc. 5:7. So that means for every 25 great DIY projects I see online I should do at least one. That's what I figure.
So I'm off with my eggs....
|Do you see the red heart? This is what I do while the boys play at the beach....find love on the rocks.|