Saturday, 26 July 2014

A week of Celebrating {HSMJ}

In my life this week…
Paul took Sir N for a walk this week to our local wetland area near our home and he captured some beautiful shots of Sir N playing with his dog.  These two have been friends since we adopted the dog when Sir N was two.

We've been celebrating my first born turning 21 this week.

In our home school this week…
  • We watched a documentary on How to Make Papyrus Paper.  This was very interesting.
  • We've started working our way through the Drawing Textbook.
  • Our Apologia Who is God ? arrived last week and we started using our new Juniour Journal.  We started with this earlier in the year but stopped to complete a study of the Old Testament.  We've restarted this book from the begining and I'm enjoying the conversations Sir N and I  have been having about the topics so far.
Helpful homeschooling tips or advice to share…
Places we’re going and people we’re seeing…
  • I'd really like to go into town this weekend and have a look at The Gertrude Street project.
  • Paul and Sir N went for a walk today :)  I love the photo's that Paul captured of him.

My favourite thing this week was…
Things I’m working on…
  • Come and share your children's artistic endeavors with me over at the Virtual Fridge
  • A review of Homeschool Piano
  • Learning how to use Google Plus better and gathering some information to understand this platform better.
In Bloggy world I’m reading…
I’m cooking…
On Pinterest I found...
A photo, video, link, or quote to share…
Love this little man



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  1. That is a pretty Nativity scene - and those are great shots of Sir N and his loyal companion - good enough to frame.

    1. I agree I loved the way he captured Sir N. I love making gingerbread houses so this one really tickled me :)

  2. I really enjoyed this reading this post. I like how you touched on different things like articles you've read and things you're working. I am also deeply flattered and honored that you linked to me! Thank you!!

    1. Thank you Tess. Glad you enjoyed reading. :)


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