Pledge Of Allegiance

My grandson and I are working together on his home/online school. Anthony attends k12 as a kinder. He was too young to start into the public school but our state offers online education as well and he qualified. This experience has been really enjoyable. He does about 80% of his school work offline with me, then takes online assessments to make sure he grasped the lesson. He is assigned a homeroom teacher and one for math & phonics. I was {Read More}

Overwhelmed by October

This month has literally overwhelmed me. Our family has tons of the birthdays in the fall and this month was no exception. Our youngest son turned 26, our oldest granddaughter turned 10 and our oldest grandson turned 12. Just as we started recovery of cake overload my husband got sick. I didn’t think anything of it, he had the standard symptoms: fever, chills, pains, nausea and headache. The second day he said he felt better but had pains in his {Read More}

We Have A Winner!

Congratulations to Alison! She won a copy of Bailey by Harry Bliss! Here is a link if you would like your own copy of Bailey!

Back To School

I love the excitement of the first day of school. I remember I couldn’t sleep. I couldn’t wait to see my friends, make new ones and meet my teacher. Going back to school shopping with my dad and picking out my favorite new pencils, crayons and paste was always a fun adventure. I wore a uniform to school so my sense of style was in the supplies!          Yesterday was the first day of school in our {Read More}

Imagination Movers Concert

Last week we went to see the Imagination Movers in concert. Anthony and I had counted this day down for almost two months, I don’t know which of us was more thrilled the day finally arrived! The concert started with Choo Choo Soul (Genevieve Goings as a hip-hop train conductor and her partner, Constantine “DC” Abramson, a dancer and beatboxer dressed as a railroad engineer). They sang many of their songs from their Disney music videos. I was thrilled they {Read More}