Posts tagged "homeschooling"

Final Lazy Days of Summer

Final Lazy Days of Summer

I’ve been try­ing to get my head back into doing school­work with Johann, but I’m not quite ready to let sum­mer go yet. We’ve started math lessons again, but get­ting the other sub­jects in hasn’t gone accord­ing to plan. Granted, my hav­ing to go to phys­i­cal ther­apy four times a week has added a new...
A Little More Ahead At Being Behind

A Little More Ahead At Being Behind

Some­how sum­mer escaped us. We are now start­ing school and fall is right around the cor­ner. We missed straw­berry pick­ing. Blue­berry pick­ing is a mem­ory. Last night I finally used up the last of the blue­ber­ries in the refrig­er­a­tor in a pie. Projects feel as piled up as ever. How­ever, we did make time for...
Rainbow In A Tube

Rainbow In A Tube

Over the past few years I’ve come up with numer­ous ideas for fun projects to do with Johann, but never seemed to have enough time to do them all. Time still goes on, though, and I decided this sum­mer we need to get some of these extra-curricular projects done soon or we’d never get to them....
Inspiration

Inspiration

My absolute favorite ani­ma­tion is this short called “The Pot­ter” cre­ated by Josh Bur­ton as his final senior the­sis project for Savan­nah Col­lege of Art and Design in 2005. It’s about how a mas­ter pot­ter brings his work to life and gen­tly guides his young appren­tice in learn­ing the craft. Ever since my hus­band dis­cov­ered “The...