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The doors of “The Schoolhouse” are officially open at Teachers Notebook. To celebrate, I’m holding a Grand Opening SALE!!
My entire shop is on sale for 25% OFF for 1 week. If there’s anything that you need to prepare for next year, now’s the time to get it!! Don’t forget, I have educational and Christian printables available for all your needs!!
Be sure to follow my shop so that you know when I add more products….and I’ll be adding them all week long. Also, you’ll find out when I hold other sales and offer specials, just for my followers.
To check out my sale, just click the button above and it’ll take you right to my shop!!
I know, this is probably the most boring blog that you read right now. There’s just not much going on. I’m taking care of some final preparations for homeschool to begin. Hubby is busy working on the car every night. While he’s in the garage, I try to create games or watch Summer Under the Stars on TCM.
I really am here though and I’ve checked on comments and such. My name-sake in Canada has been checking in….I just haven’t checked on her new/moved photo blog though. I talked to kiddo in the computer tonight and got to see her on web cam. She’ll be home on Friday!! WooHoo I’ve cleaned out her drawers and closet. All ready for clean laundry to put away when she gets home. Nope, that’s not my chore any more!!
Next week….actually next 2 weeks….are full of appointments and activities. Miss K starts Red Cross classes on Tuesday and I’ll be setting up CPR classes for the local homeschool group. There’s always volunteering at the Thrift Store and religious education is about to start. We have meetings and registration coming up for that.
So there you have it. My life in a nutshell right now!! I’ll be getting caught up on everyone’s blogs and commenting as usual soon. I appreciate everyone that’s still reading me through this down time. Hang on because life’s about to be in FULL swing again!!
Oh what a ride….
I am back with another game!!! No it’s not my mom it’s Miss K this time!!
It is called ” I Promise, Love God”. I thought maybe I should make a game about promises, because I haven’t seen any people who have made games with promises yet. Anyways, kids don’t KEEP their promises any more and sometimes adults don’t either.
I hope you all enjoy the new game!
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I was over checking out Dawn’s blog. She’s a fellow Okie, so I check on her when I can. I’m browsing her posts when I see she has a blog titled “Scattergories”. I have to check it out because that just so happens to be one of my most favorite games. It’s similar to the real game. I just have to play along, so here’s my Scattergories for the blog world.
Directions: Use the 1st letter of your name to answer the following questions. They must be real people, places and things. You can’t use your name for the boy/girl name.
Four LETTER WORD: easy
TV SHOW: Entertainment Tonight
NAME A CITY: Eau Claire (WI)
BOY NAME: Eric
GIRL NAME: Elizabeth
SOMETHING YOU WEAR: espadrille (type of sandal/shoe)
FOOD: Eggplant Parmesan
SOMETHING FOUND IN THE BATHROOM: eye drops
REASON FOR BEING LATE: Electricity went out and my alarm clock lost time!!
SOMETHING YOU SHOUT: ENOUGH!!
GAME: Empire Earth (pc game) **2 points!!
So now it’s your turn to play Scattergories. Post your game on your blog and encourage others to join in the fun!!
Next, I have to post my results for the 1930’s Housewife Quiz. A blog I read had it posted, then Laura posted it and I promised her that I’d share my results. Now mind you, I never said I was a good wife. I just say that I have a happy marriage and love my family. Then again, despite these results, I must be doing something right!! Without further ado, my 1930’s Marital Scale is:
As a 1930s wife, I am
Hey, average isn’t bad!! At least I’m right in the middle. I have bad days….I have good days!! So, where do you rate on the 1930’s Marital Scale?? Take the test and let me and your other blogging friends know!!