Man, I can’t even imagine what it’s like to be there in the middle of all that. I try not to think of it much, honestly. I may not watch the news, but big news items hit blogs and I did go to CNN.com. I mean, it won’t recover for months probably. Not only are […]
There’s an extra person in my house this week, my alternate child. It’s a long-standing running joke between our families. Danny was born nine months before Sarah. They’d always been neighbours and friends, for ten whole years, right up until we moved. The neighbour part stopped – the physical location – but the friendship has […]
With the back to school sales in full swing, I had a glance at some handily posted lists from the schools in some of the stores. Here’s a list of what we won’t be buying: – a backpack ($10- $20 and up) – a lunch box ($10) – extra sneakers for gym with non-marking soles […]
Over at Paxye’s Rants she had a link to Virtual Street Reality. Absolutely mind-blowingly cool. Especially if you have ever seen street art up close and personal. Wish I’d walked by something like this!
Atypical Homeschool is open! This will be where I write about all those deep homeschooling things. My family breathes a sigh of relief as it saves them skimming over those entries. 😉 That site is also a joint project with Ron, so expect to hear just as much from him – over there. There is […]
I made a list last year for what we would be doing with Emma and preschool. So far so good, the only thing I added to all that was: Teach Your Child How to Read in 100 Easy lessons Idea Book for Cuisinaire Rods at the Primary Level Please note: we use these books as […]