Tag Archives: homeschooling

Europe calls

One of the beauties of being a homeschool family is the wonderful new interests our child has. In recent weeks, it’s been Europe. A month or so ago, my wife brought home a Rick Steves DVD on Spain. In it, … Continue reading

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#Juneathon Day 6: Walking the dogs

I have two wonderful dogs that live in this house. One is a pointer-terrier mix and is about 12 years old. He’s not as spry as he used to be. He ambles when we go for walks. The other dog … Continue reading

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30 Day of Biking Day 10: A day with my son

One of the beautiful things about homeschooling is spending your day with your offspring. Mine happens to be a 9-year-old boy. Wednesday, we  got up early to help with a hike at Eagle Marsh. We were supposed to help with … Continue reading

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Built-in exercise when you’re car free

The other day, I stopped at one of those free blood pressure checks you often see in drugstores. It had been awhile since I checked my blood pressure. It put my left arm in the cuff and pushed the button. … Continue reading

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