Monthly Archives: September 2008
My nightstand is empty (the cat complains when I put stuff there, he routinely pushes my alarm clock off, usually at 3am). But the table behind my desk is overflowing in book goodness! I have At Home in Mitford that I’m … Continue reading
Here is a challenge I can get into. All I have to do is make a list of books of books that I plan to read this fall (between Sept 22 and Dec 20). Then check back in around … Continue reading
I had big plans for this past week. Time to see how I did. The budget meeting went well. Plus, I finished my Negotiation book for class, as well as my homework. That was a given, the homework always has to … Continue reading
I’m just blog happy this week. When I started blogging I wasn’t sure what I would do. The blog was at least a vehicle for homeschool information and anything else I came up with. Now I have a different view … Continue reading
This is pretty cool. I thought I’d share it with you! (HD) A More Perfect Union from Andrew Sloat on Vimeo.
I found this description of a meeting with President Bush linked from another blog today. I wanted to share it. As the article says, this is an example of servant leadership. Thank you Jessica.
I want to re-read At Home in Mitford for the 3 Moms Book Nook. I want to read The Grand Weaver and write a review. This was a book read and reviewed by 5 Minutes for Books. Of course, along … Continue reading
Time to talk about what we did this week. It was a pretty productive week, considering we spent Mon and Tues at the hospital where my Dad is. Math: Life of Fred lessons 8 through 12. He’s doing really well … Continue reading
I haven’t posted anything specifically for 9-11, although the date cannot pass unnoticed. Tony Woodlief captured it well, so I’ll just direct you over to his blog.