Month: September 2017

2017-18 Curriculum: St. Bruno’s Smallest Class To Date

Since I only had to write out lesson plans for two kids this year, I considered bagging my usual curriculum post, however, even though I’m not writing out 10,000 words on everything for five grade levels, it’s probably still useful information to someone, and nice for my archives. Last year I did manage to do Read More

Seven Steps to Miraculous Bone Broth

Y’all know I like to be on the cutting edge of food trends. Whatever the cool people are eating, drinking or using as an enema¬†– I am all about it! That’s why when I noticed all the recipes popping up on Pinterest and Facebook for bone broth, I knew I had to learn more or Read More

{SQT} School, Schedules, and North Korea

The little boys have wrapped up a week of school, and our homeschool has finished up our third with only minimal yelling and tears! Even from me! 1. We are still adjusting. Fulton’s bus arrives about 6:45 a.m. which means I’m awake at 5:30 a.m. preparing his lunch, drinking coffee, waking him by 5:50 a.m. Read More

{SQT} Slacking

Even in Jersey, we are officially back to school. My older three started last week while Fulton started this week on Wednesday. Teddy starts back tomorrow (after missing the first day due to Spinraza doses today.) I snapped a few shots of the teens and tween (while yelling constantly that this was to be A NICE Read More

How To Be Thankful When God Gives You What You Want

Last week as I sat in the hospital with Fulton during his four-hour observation window, I tried, between the nurse interruptions and (mis)alarming equipment, to hash out a Quick Takes post. By the time we left that night and got home I was too spent to reread and edit it into something coherent, thus the Read More