Home School


How much more fun is school when you can sit outside under a big shady tree and watch the kittens play?  We have had hot temperatures here for the last few days.  Not as hot as it is at Jessica’s but hot for us, anyway.  I went out early this morning in the garden to work.  Hoping to get it finished before it got too hot.  I left Julie and Grace inside doing dishes and other inside chores.  I much gather work outside than in, even if it is hot.  Anyway, I got the garden finished weeding, replanted some tomato plants, planted some beans and some corn.  Everything is in the ground now so we’ll see how it does.


I thought you all might enjoy seeing how big the baby geese are.  They are almost as big as their parents.  Geese are definitely good parents.  They are very watchful and protective-always together.

We have piano practice this afternoon so I better get busy.  We have another load of clothes to put on the line before we leave and a folded basket to put away.  Enjoy your day and God bless.

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  1. What a great idea. I wish it were warm enough here. We have one more week and then we are done!

    The geese are big. How fun to watch them growing up. Josie doesn’t like our goose as Gandalf always chases Josie.

    Have a great day with your family.



  2. Looks like my kind of school! Everything looks so green and pretty. The baby geese are so big! I hope the ducklings are doing good. I will call you when I find out about Sunday. Hope to see you all soon 🙂


  3. I can’t believe that it”s cool enough there to sit outside in the middle of the day!!! It’s 10:30 (pm) here and it’s FINALLY cooled off to about 83 degrees. We need a Floyd trip soon, huh.


  4. It looks like a wonderful school day for teacher and student. Are you almost done for the school year? How wonderful that all the garden is in. I am sure we will see some wonderful pictures of everything popping up soon. Those baby geese have gotten so big!


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