Monthly Archives: June 2008

Still Waiting . . .

I am still waiting on my 2008-2009 Rainbow Resource catalog. Anyone else got theirs yet? I thought I was doing the right thing by waiting until their new catalog reached me before I ordered. Perhaps there would be more items … Continue reading

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Birthday Cake

My youngest just turned one year old. I usually make a cake for┬ábirthdays, so I pulled out my recipe books. I had been wanting to try some of the recipes I saw in the First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association Fraternally … Continue reading

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Planning Next Year and Interruptions

I’ve started planning my lessons for next fall. So far, I have been able to fit 42 chapters of Story of the World I into 33 weeks. I made sure to include some slop for extra reading and activities, but … Continue reading

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Books, Books, Books!

We’ve been checking out our limit of books from the library lately. At our small, local library, we get one “household” card. Only 15 items (including movies) may be checked out at any one time. This is somewhat of a … Continue reading

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Only One Small Hiccup

Vacation bible school is over and the kids had a blast. The only hiccup was Thursday night when it started to pour rain right before we picked them up. I had neglected to check the forecast earlier, although I did … Continue reading

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Busy! Busy!

I am one of those introverts who would rather stay home with a good book than interact with people. If there is one thing on my┬ácalendar all week, I stress out thinking I’ll forget it or that it breaks up … Continue reading

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Questions, Questions

As I wrote before, we have run into quite a few children who are going to be entering kindergarten this fall at one of the local public schools. Their mothers, upon hearing that I have a child of that age, … Continue reading

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