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A Lot of Mixed Parenting Emotions This Weekend... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - September 26, 2016 ... Henry is an introvert like me, and I honestly didn't think he'd want to go. But apparently his friends were going and talking about it, and as we all know, that is a major impetus for school aged children. The dances are held in the school gym, extremely well-chaperoned and supervised, and are fundraisers for the middle school field trips at the end of the year, so it's not like we had a good reason to keep him home if he wanted to go. So we let him go. Watching him jog off down the street to ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/09/a-lot-of-mixed-parenting-emotions-this.html

Make New Friends but Keep the Old THIS THAT AND THE OTHER THING - September 25, 2016 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/ngaR/~3/6WPimppnZcY/make-new-friends-but-keep-old.html

Snowfall on Haven Point: My Review THIS THAT AND THE OTHER THING - September 25, 2016 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/ngaR/~3/O3tlF-_BzZY/snowfall-on-haven-point-my-review.html

Australian Sojourn – May 2016 THE WILD REED - September 24, 2016 ... since our time together in Goulburn, and I always try to catch up with as many of them as possible whenever I visit Australia from the U.S. I last saw Jeremiah and Kristy in 2012, when they were living for a time in Sydney. I last saw them in Townsville in 2006 (see here , here and here ), not that long after they first moved there. I flew to Townsville from Port Macquarie via Brisbane, the state capital of Queensland. At left is a view of the central business district (CBD) of Brisbane that I ...http://thewildreed.blogspot.com/2016/09/australian-sojourn-may-2016_24.html

Reasons to Not Homeschool PRACTICING MAMMAL - September 23, 2016 http://practicingmammal.blogspot.com/2016/09/reasons-to-not-homeschool.html

Who Are You, O Lord, and Who Am I? FRANCISCAN LIFE - September 23, 2016 ... (word for word), there are two of the most basic that are still clear in my mind. Who made you? God made me. Why did God make you? God made me to know him, to live him, and to serve him in this world and to be happy with him in the next. That was always crystal clear in my mind--there was and is a personal relationship between my God and me. And anytime I might begin to doubt my worth, my abilities, I can simply think back to those early days and those seemingly simple catechism questions. ...http://franciscanlife.blogspot.com/2016/09/who-are-you-o-lord-and-who-am-i.html

Book Review: A Christmas Bride THIS THAT AND THE OTHER THING - September 23, 2016 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/ngaR/~3/gXeKbndPZy8/book-review-christmas-bride.html

He Said, She Said MARTIN FAMILY MOMENTS - September 20, 2016 ... just have a Josephite marriage until we're fifty. Phil: Sounds fun. Me: Or we could just get really ugly and find each other repulsive. Phil: (Quietly singing as he walks away) "We're not gonna make it..." #newthemesong Driving in the car with the three eldest boys... JP: (seeing a dead skunk in the road) Eeeeeewwwwww, skunk. Eamon: (thinking JP had smelled the skunk) It's probably just your pits, JP. #goodguess Recalling the time at school when the water got turned off due to a leak: Xander: ...http://martinfamilymoments.blogspot.com/2016/09/he-said-she-said.html

Catechism Week 1 ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - September 19, 2016 (via google) I am so happy to announce that this week started our first week of Sunday School at our church. I am teaching the 4th grade class and I am super excited that I have a class of awesome students who are excited to learn about the Word of God! So as this is my first time teaching I would like to share it with all of you and get your feedback. Lesson 1 Luke 16: The Parable of the Rich man. So one of the key lessons I wanted my kids to learn from this story is the ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/09/via-google-i-am-so-happy-to-announce.html

Once a Teacher, Always a Teacher REFLECTIONS OF AN RSCJ - September 16, 2016 Until I began helping with Third Grade reading, I did not know how much I missed teaching younger children. It is a real joy to be with them and I also enjoy seeing my Senior lad once a week. It is such a blessing to have the school here and I will be going to another football game this Saturday. When I walk around the grounds after lunch, it is fun to watch the various activities the boys engage in and then watch the girls who seem more likely to be deep in conversation with ...http://reflectionsofanrscj.blogspot.com/2016/09/once-teacher-always-teacher.html

HelpTeaching.com Offers FREEBIES and Subscription Resources TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - September 15, 2016 ... there might be parts of it that would truly spark interest in my children, I kept coming up flat. I printed materials for them which they completed but not with much joy or interest. I browsed video lessons with them, which they did not cotton to much. I made games, but wished there were more choices than just Bingo or Word Search and that the Bingo game generator had options to change the grid from 5x5, to 4x4, or even 3x3. Still, I managed to create some "hit" games using the features ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2016/09/HelpTeaching.com.html

Just a Little Window Into My Brain Right Now ;-) LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - September 13, 2016 ... now. And because it is so different from what I used to be doing, I'm having a difficult time managing it. Teaching is performing in a sense, and for an introvert, it's very exhausting. But I can handle that. For the most part. ;-) I've been really tired, but I'm making it. Here's the thing though: it's *everything else.* My daily schedule is so frenzied between actively teaching, putting out small fires that come up during class with confused students and technology problems abounding, ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/09/just-little-window-into-my-brain-right.html

Women Get Equal Pay---If ALL Factors Considered CRUSADER KNIGHT - September 12, 2016 ... use that power rather than weapons. 5. Although there is some evidence to support the position that young women have an innate advantage in mathematics, few select careers in that field or such related fields as engineering or the "hard sciences". Women who select the most high-paying areas of college studies, work exceptionally long hours, continually up-grade skills and are more-than-willing to work evenings/weekends or on out-of-town "jobs" seem unlikely to be paid less ...http://crusaderknight.blogspot.com/2016/09/women-get-equal-pay-if-all-factors.html

Picture Meditation REFLECTIONS OF AN RSCJ - September 7, 2016 ... me and we would stop and discuss it. They both are good readers and could answer all the questions and we did cover the story and some of the suggestions at the end of it. They could use the words given in the vocabulary in sentences that they invented so I could tell these boys are bright and they were so well-behaved. I guess I will have these two only every three weeks as there are three third grade classes and so next week I will meet two new children. It is a joy to work ...http://reflectionsofanrscj.blogspot.com/2016/09/picture-meditation.html

Kevin Starts His New Job Just in the Nick of Time PRINTS OF GRACE - September 7, 2016 http://printsofgrace.blogspot.com/2016/09/Two-Weeks-Notice-Kevins-New-Job-and-Unexpected-ER-Adventures.html

My 21st...first Day of School As a Homeschooling Mommy... THY WILL BE DONE... - September 6, 2016 ... senior who is graduating debt free this May. Child #6 is a sophomore at the Community College and planning to transfer next Fall. Child #7 is a freshman in Comm. College. Child #8 is in 10th grade, #9 is 8th grade, they go to a two day Tutorial. The last four are 6th, 4th, 2nd. and pre K! Our family has been blessed with a five week old foster baby that we got four weeks ago from an agency called SAFE FAMILIES . Having a new baby in the house has added lots ...http://babystepsjmj.blogspot.com/2016/09/first-day-of-school.html

Lots of Sniffling Going on Here, It's the First Day of School... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - September 6, 2016 ... Kindergarten. Thankfully, they are both now enrolled in the same Catholic school: Much happier faces this year. Sniffling. So much sniffling over here. How is your post-Labor Day week/first day of school starting out, dear ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/09/lots-of-sniffling-going-on-here-its.html

The Last-Minute Reading List, or How I Ditched the Reading Curriculum DARWINCATHOLIC - September 4, 2016 ... grade. I wanted to get a handle on what each kid was doing the next day. Be ready, you know? And as the fifth grade pile was next to me, I consulted the lesson plan. Up for the first morning: a four-page story about Maria Goretti. There are ways and there are ways to tell children the story of an eleven-year-old girl canonized for forgiving the man who murdered her in an attempt at a violent rape. We used to have a coloring book about Maria Goretti, part of a ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2016/09/the-last-minute-reading-list-or.html

An Interview With Andrea Zuvich TEA AT TRIANON - September 1, 2016 From Stephanie M. Hopkins : History has been a very important aspect of my life since I was a little girl. I remember I was in the fourth grade and I knew I wanted to be a historian. I went to a community college during high school and then got my AA in History, and then I went to the University of Central Florida where I obtained two BA degrees – one in History and the other in Anthropology. After this, I got married and moved to the UK, and continued my history ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2016/09/an-interview-with-andrea-zuvich.html

New School Year, New Beginnings; Filled With Hope ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - August 31, 2016 ... clothes and new supplies. I remember taking brown grocery bags and cutting them up to make book covers for my books. That was back in the day when, as children, we had actual hardcover text books, that our parents paid for and we could keep! (I went to Catholic grade school). Palpable hope exuded in the atmosphere... Read ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/08/new-school-year-new-beginnings-filled.html

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