Monday, August 3, 2009

It's That Time


  • Paper

  • Pencils

  • Markers

  • Crayons

  • Glue Sticks


I can't believe it's already time to get back to school. My tomatoes aren't even ripe. I realize that on those two things are normally not connected, but since I home school and I can much of the food from my garden they are rather important to me.



School is about to start. I have a garden full of not quite ready vegetables. And I have got to clean my house.

Anyone do windows?


Darn.

10 comments:

cristidehoff said...

I'll do your windows if you take care of my sick kids :)

bp said...

Love the school supply pictures!

I can't believe it's August. have a good week!

Laura said...

Back to school!?! That phrase just makes me sick to my stomach and I haven't been in school for over 3 years! I think it's just the fact that when school comes summer goes. :(

Good luck on the windows, I'll be thinking of you when I am cleaning my toilets. :)

Alycia said...

I do windows, if you clean marker off walls.
Thanks for visiting my blog. I did check on refurbished phones but decided after dealing with my non-understanding and much patronizing carrier that it would be cheaper in the long run to switch carriers and get shiny, new phones. When asked why I was canceling my service, I did actually say "Cause you suck!" Yup, showing my age there.
I plan on reading more of your blog when the spawn..um, kids go to bed tonight.
Until then.
Alycia

Amanda said...

This whole 'back to school' thing is kinda freaky. I have done... oh, well...

just about nothing to prepare.

AHHHHH!!!

Blessings~
Amanda

Marley's Mama said...

Yeah, back to school is sneaking up on me too. I caught myself thinking about which letter of the alphabet we're going to start out with this year, and how I want to try a new approach to math groups and...this was while I was outside taking the dogs out at 11 pm one night...oh boy!
Love you!
~Meg

Alexis said...

I don't even want to THINK about my baby starting school! True, it won't be for five more years, but still!

I admire you for homeschooling. That's such an immense responsibility, but it's worth it to control what your kids are being taught. Our church has a school, so we don't have to worry about that, though we may homeschool anyway just so I can keep my babies longer!

He & Me + 3 said...

Your blog is so cute. Thank you for stopping by my blog today. It is nice to meet new people. I know...I cannot believe that it is almost school time already. Where has the summer gone. My parents tomatoes are not ripe either. I am missing my fresh salsa. I recognize two blogs that you follow. I love both Amanda and Laura. Two wonderful gals. I am now following along if that is ok.

JanMary said...

As they say....the dust will wait :)

Pam, mom, honey, said...

we have been homeschooling for 6 years now. my kids are 12, 6,3 and 9. i would love to talk to you about homeschooling with toddlers. please feel free to ask me any questions. playdough works majic for toddlers. and really when they are as young as yours naptime is awesome. i try to keep the things i know need my attention like math or spelling test for nap time. we also have a awesome homeschool group.