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Belated October Goals

I keep getting later with my goals’ posts. Guess that’s typical for the end of the year, right? I almost didn’t do it this month, but I’ll try to just go fast. Here’s my online accountability group for this year. … Continue reading

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September Goals

I know this is late,(a week late to be precise), but it really doesn’t matter that much, as my post will make clear. I don’t have huge goals for this month. But I am often happy when I do take … Continue reading

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People of a Book

Christians are essentially “People of a Book.” But that also increases our appreciation for other books. Today I’m guest posting on this topic over at Creative K Kids, my sister’s blog. I hope you’ll hop over there to read more … Continue reading

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Guly Joals

Well! I feel happy to be even still talking about New Year’s Goals! We’ve got to be doing better than if we hadn’t tried to be intentional about our goals. Here’s my online accountability group for this year. It’s not … Continue reading

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June Goals ~ Still Truckin’ Along

It’s time again to check in with my online accountability group on our goals for this year. Sigh. I’m trying to still be excited about my goals for the year. 🙂 Anyone else still goin’? Join in, share your goals … Continue reading

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Watery Wonderings ~ Weekly Report

This week we immersed ourselves in watery wonders: In homeschool, we spent time with castles and moats and the aquatic creatures that might reside in those moats, and on the homefront we purchased a “borehole” (well)! Here are the blessings … Continue reading

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A Water-Filled Week ~ Weekly Report

My pictures this week are mostly from different science demonstrations. We were studying “prehistoric” swimming creatures–mothosaurs, nothosaurs, ichthyosaurs, and plesiosaurs. Why don’t we have many fossils of these swimming dinosaurs? This demonstration shows that they floated and decayed or were … Continue reading

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