Category: kids

Hello Autumn <3

I just love the Fall, everything about it just speaks to my soul. The crisp air, the smells, the leaves falling from the trees. I love apple picking and cider, hot cocoa, and when I could eat them, donuts (I will find a way!!!!).… Continue Reading “Hello Autumn <3”

If it weren’t for rainstorms….

I’d never have a chance to sit down and write. Technically I should be folding laundry on this semi-stormy day, but I wanted to sit down and write a bit while I’m awake. I’ve been busy nonstop for the last couple of weeks, I… Continue Reading “If it weren’t for rainstorms….”

Sunday funday

Sunday was a dreary rainy day, sure we had a bit of excitement in the morning when we awoke to the dining room floor covered with water. However the weather outside made us all feel tired and lazy. I decided that I would get… Continue Reading “Sunday funday”

Lots of knitting going on around here

These are the projects that I am currently working on in rotation…I am about to get a little crazy and add one more. I realized that 3 out of 4 family members have sweaters started (and one may even get finished this year!), so… Continue Reading “Lots of knitting going on around here”

The story of a sweater

Almost 15 years ago my paternal grandmother passed away and I was gifted with her yarn, which I had used only once since inheriting it. I didn’t knit back then and it would be several years until I would start knitting. When I finally… Continue Reading “The story of a sweater”

Well that escalated quickly

Well folks, the realtor (not the landlord) has given us a move out date of June 1st. It’s time to get cracking on donating items, and tossing out things that have laid around for the past three years. We’ve also gone full steam ahead… Continue Reading “Well that escalated quickly”

Vocabulary spelling city

I’ve been given a Premium Membership to VocabularySpellingCity.com for a candid, personal, online review. VocabularySpellingCity helps students study word lists using 25 different learning activities such as Unscramble, Hangman, WordFind, and Crossword Puzzle. Parents can create their own spelling lists, find published lists already… Continue Reading “Vocabulary spelling city”