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Monthly Archives: September 2011
April and Molly were so impressed with my desk assembly, accomplished all by myself, so they decided to build something for themselves- loft beds!! Of course, being barely nine years old, they couldn’t build it ALL by themselves. So they … Continue reading
I have discovered several mushrooms that are very unusual. If you live near woods you might have seen some. I took pictures of these mushrooms at the Castle in the Clouds, a mansion estate in Moutonborough, NH. My family and … Continue reading
Many homeschoolers have or have seen a bumper sticker that says “Homeschool: the world is my classroom”. It is true, because Nature is an amazing teacher. Our family was sitting out after a BBQ dinner one evening during the late … Continue reading
You know what is even better than enjoying your favorite activity? Sharing it with others! Tessa, our 13-year old, and eldest daughter, is our Olympic Recurve archer. She takes classes at Concord Recreational Department and participates in our state’s JOAD … Continue reading
Wow! That’s a view! Our homeschool group, Relaxed Homeschoolers of New Hampshire, recently went on a field trip to this unique mansion with breathtaking views. We took a trolley ride from the carriage house up to the main mansion. … Continue reading
Sometimes even the simplest things can give us pleasure, allow us a feeling of self-worth, and bring us a worthy sense of pride in what we can accomplish. It is important to instill those ideals in our children as well. … Continue reading