That was the second phone call this month looking for homeschooling information. Loads of questions to answer, worries to soothe. I love it.
Speaking of the nasty weather (we were in the comments below), the wind whipped through here yesterday and it poured buckets all night. Around suppertime, right when I was putting the potatoes on, the power flicked. And flicked. Then went out. A couple of screams came from the direction of the dining room, where Sarah […]
My Aunt Boo came to visit on Tuesday night, with her husband Leroy and Grandma Betty. I am not entirely sure where Grandma Betty fits in the family, but everyone calls her that, so there you have it. I told you I had a large extended family. I showed them all around our house and […]
Chris, Daryl and I have been discussing Open Office. It would be neat to start an informal group called ‘Homeschoolers for Open Office’. Its an office software suite for Windows and linux thats FREE. (No, there are no * with that free) It is an open source suite and Open Source has a lot in […]
Yesterday, I got up early (I ifnally felt resonably well), bundled all the girls in my mom’s car and went to Moncton to meet a very nice family who are considering moving here from the States. We had a great visit and I’m sure we could have talked all day, but we both had to […]
I got this link from a mailing list I’m on. 3D papercraft buildings. Hey, Todd, the have a Mongolian ger! (for other readers: Todd used to live in a yurt, which is similar.) Naturally, I am printing out the sphinx for Emma. Ooo! They have even more sections, not just buldings! Like printable 3D dinosaurs! […]