Category Archives: Homeschooling

Those You Are With–A Prompt

April 19, 2017 I have no words. I ran out. The kettle is empty. I’m spoilt. I don’t want to write so Nellie Negative. I feel time’s ticks. Any free moment I have when the house is empty—Claudio or Gilma … Continue reading

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Calm the Serenity

I am overwhelmed with homeschooling. I have these days occasionally, when I question my decision making–WHY did I think it was a good idea to take over my children’s education? Lily can’t yet tie her shoes. Sofia struggles with her … Continue reading

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Sofia learned the “C” word and I’m a crappo blogger

She is obsessed with “bad” words, collects them, and has ever since she learned to spell. Claudio and I used to spell to one another when having a conversation in front of her we didn’t want to hear. “I think … Continue reading

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Sofia and her God Bucket

Sofia has taken to carrying a white basket with sparkly gold Easter grass most everywhere she goes. The basket has numerous treasures hidden inside it and one tupperware container with 3 pink bows and 3 purple bows that she carefully … Continue reading

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Hello world!

To Homeschool or not to Homeschool….that is the question. I understand how Hamlet went mad with indecision. Shakespeare was a wise critter. For weeks now I have been debating the pros and cons of Homeschool vs. a really great private … Continue reading

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