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August 24, 2008


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We celebrate that feast day here, too. Did you know that St. Helen and the cross have a connection to Ethiopia, too? AND...as if that wasn't cool enough, in the America's it is also St. Jane's feast day!!!

How cool are we? Even cooler than first thought, apparently. :-)

What a wonderful first week. I finally ordered the Sanderson Saints book after reading your post. Also, I've never looked closely at From Sea to Shining Sea but I ordered it from the library as well.

Your living non-living game is fantastic. I might just have to try this one.

Congratulations! Looks like a great week and a wonderful start to the year...

Why, or why did God give all of the talent to my big sister? Everything you guys do sounds like such fun! Remember when you thought homeschooling might not be such a good idea? (And then you had kids... lucky kids!) I hope the rest of the school year is as much fun!

Sharon, I thought you were crazy.

Now that I am homeschooling, too, I know for a fact that I was right!!!! :)

Thanks for having the courage to pave the way for a very worthwhile experience!

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