Tag Archives: an African naturalist

Officially Not a Newbie Anymore!

I’m so excited to announce the end of our school year! I have officially completed three years of homeschooling my children. And they’re actually reading! 🙂 I figure three years is a respectable amount of time to say you’ve been … Continue reading

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World’s Largest Potted Plant!

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Shelob’s Sister?

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A Hoppity Friend

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Monthly Report: Visitors and Broken Bones (not necessarily connected!)

Seth was gone for 10 days in the beginning of September, and when he came back, he brought his dad with him for a visit until the end of September. I had personal health concerns, and then Carson broke both … Continue reading

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Aztec Hot Chocolate, Mayan Math, and Incan Corn

The last two weeks, we stuffed each week of school into only four days of school, because I took off Monday each week: last week, to go shopping (by myself!) in town–for the first time in two months! I don’t … Continue reading

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The Many Jobs of a Missionary ~ Exterminator, Flying Creatures

Now that you are fully creeped out by my former descriptions of Africa as THE home of all things crawly and fascinating, I thought I’d wrap it up with those nightmarish descriptions of things that can take wing and follow … Continue reading

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