First Day

Yesterday was our first official day of home-school. The day went smoothly mostly because we had been homeschooling for the past several weeks. Today was different from the past few weeks because we got through every subject: Language arts, reading, penmanship, creative writing, math, science, civics, art, and history. To think I am nuts enough to consider adding Latin in January…I must be crazy.

We made tie-dye shirts for the day and I took them out to Hutchen’s (my favorite place) for breakfast. Hutchen’s is a great local place. Mostly full of patrons from an older generation who make little kids feel like celebrities. Even though I was asked several times if these children were mine (there’s only four of them!) for once no one asked me if they all had the same Daddy or if I was ready to stop having children. It is always nice to hang out with a generation that has something positive to say about having more than two children.

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4 thoughts on “First Day

    1. How cool! I wanted to let you know I am typing up a post right now to announce that you won my giveaway! Hooray! 🙂 Will you e-mail me your mailing address? Also, I will be printing up the verses for you and one other person. So I will need the name of a friend/relative/whoever you chose for me to tuck into that second set of verses. 🙂 You can reach me at jkhenderson3@bellsouth.net.

      Blessings! And thanks again for sharing your list!

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  1. Your sweeties are so cute! Happy first week of school! 🙂 Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I love how the Lord changes lives. How He gives hope and courage. I don’t ever want to do life without Him ever again.

    Blessings to you!
    Kimberly

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