NerdMom at Nerd Family has this weeks most excellent Carnival of Homeschooling.
Highlights: This fun post full o’ tips from Ship Full O’ Pirates on family organization reminds us that “We don’t get what we expect, we get what we inspect.”
And this post gets from the Upside Down World gets mentioned because I can so relate to the Homeschooling Blahs and she used one of my favorite pictures, Flaming June by Fredrick Lord Leighton. (Which is just a fun name to say.)
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