Monthly Archives: September 2010

Around the Fire

It has been awhile since this picture was taken, which tells me , husband extraordinaire and I need some time for us, and just us.  Many couples have regular date nights, a night on the town or a special weekend away.  … Continue reading

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WW: Waiting for Mommy

Three days a week, I leave my house before my girls are up, and see my neighbor’s children off to school, this is what I have waiting for me when I return.  What a blessing!

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Without going crazy in the process

On Tuesdays, I usually hook up with Jamie at Steady Mom for her 30-Minute Blog Challenge.  Today is no exception , especially since I could really relate to her post entitled Are You an Introverted Mom? In my recent voyage into … Continue reading

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Do I Know Me?

When I first read Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families, I realized my biggest weakness was my lack of self-awareness.  After spending five months at home with my girls, I have come to realize that the same triggers that … Continue reading

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7 Quick Takes Friday Vol.14

  7 Quick Takes is hosted by Jennifer at Conversion Diary.   Here’s my weekly round-up: 1. Sunday, we started going back to 9:00 am Mass.  We usually go to Saturday vigil during the summer months. During the school year, 9:00 … Continue reading

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Colonial Williamsburg

This past Tuesday,we had our first field trip of the school year.  We went to  Colonial Williamsburg Home Educators Week.  In the spring and fall, the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation welcomes the home schooling community with special rates and programs.  In fact, … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Math Lessons

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