As I begin typing this blog post and looking back through all of my picture files on my computer and cell phone, I can hardly believe what all we have done in the short amount of time we have lived in this Dirty Diamond. At times, it feels like we have been here F.O.R.E.V.E.R! But … Continue reading Lake House-Living Room Transformation Diary-Part 1
Recently one of my husband's co-workers ran across my blog and saw that I like to draw and "stuff" ;>). She brought a new type of request to test my artistic ability and see if it could stretch in the direction of school spirit. I have a hard time saying, "No" and enjoy challenges. … Continue reading We’ve Got Spirit! How ‘Bout YOU?!?!
Well here we are on a little anniversary getaway trying to get our bearings on where to go first in the old Texas town of Salado. I'm still pretty new to all that Texas has to offer and it is fun just driving to these new places. The scenery is so varied. Last year at … Continue reading Salado- The Best Art Town in Texas and So Much More
We have started a new school year and continue our journey using the same curriculum we have used from the very beginning. There are so many resources out there for Homeschooling and it can be overwhelming. I'm kind of a creature of habit. I order the same thing when I go to restaurants and I … Continue reading Photo Contest, Homeschooling and Fishing
I am letting a friend borrow some of my past Homeschooling Curriculum, which involves mountains and mountains of books. She's not putting pressure on me to get them to her. However, I'm putting that pressure on myself, because I know she needs to know what and how to plan for the upcoming year. The good … Continue reading Unexpected Curriculum Clean Out and Prep Day
I have the honor of photographing the Cottage Garden Class of 2015 tomorrow morning. Cottage Garden is a Home School co-op. It has been around for over 16+ years. I did it last year for the Class of 2014 and I think I'm just as nervous. I don't do weddings. Well I've done two--and … Continue reading Photographing a Home School Co-Op Graduation
My 2nd child received her Kindergarten Diploma a few nights ago. We homeschool but we do enjoy the company and structure that a Homeschool Co-op offers our family. I love seeing how my children interact with their peers and enjoy seeing them walking down the halls to their classes. Being a product of public school, … Continue reading How This Home School Family finishes up their school year with a Co-Op
Mondays are a mixture of FUN and STRESS! Mondays are our Homeschool Co-Op day. I am the Art Teacher and I teach three art classes, ages ranging from 3rd grade to 12th grade. I pretty much look like I'm "moving in" and "moving out" every time I walk into this building. I'm carrying easels, art … Continue reading Day 6 – Jamberry Nails Experiment