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September 20, 2006


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Drugged horses are hilarious, aren't they? My sister's poor horse Silver had to have an operation and he was so funny while he was getting sleepy. Though in hind sight, it was probably funnier to me than her, as it wasn't my horse!


The boys and I got a chance to see it when we visited a fellow homeschooler's horse farm early this year. The boys had a great time...poor horses didn't look like they were having too much fun though. *smile*

Kim, I'm trying to find your post(s) on lapbooking. I see the photos but I think I remember you posting about it too, with helpful links?

Quinn isn't capable of doing any "school" work yet so I'm thinking of putting together a series of lapbooks for him. I want the first one to cover Montessori life skills/personal hygiene suggestions with photos of him washing his hands and brushing his teeth. Sort of an "I Can Do It" type book that will also work nicely for our annual review. *smile* The 2nd one will be along the lines of Charlotte Mason's Nature Journaling only I'll incorporate religion and we'll make a Creation Lapbook. I'm hoping that he will enjoy them (I had to figure out a way to make them sturdy enough for his use) since he didn't like the Autumn Theme Unit I had planned for him at all! Wouldn't color a single picture for me! *smile* He does love posing for the camera so hopefully this is going to work. Praying that it does...I'm running out of ideas. LOL

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