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Valentine's Day? Or Winter?

Even though it is Valentine's Day, winter is weighing heavily upon many homeschoolers, like snow on the roof.

Are you tired of it?  Turn this winter into a fond snowy memory.  Have some fun in the snow, after you do the schooling you can do. Read aloud wintery books to your younger children, like The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Maybe one day your children will write their own novel about our own long winter!

This long winter will end, just like it did for Laura Ingalls.  And one day you'll be done homeschooling too!  So look ahead to the future - a BRIGHT future for parents that homeschool through high school!



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Guest - Lee (website) on Wednesday, 09 March 2011 19:39

Hi Sharon,
I loved the book too - such wonderful memories!
Blessings,
Lee

Hi Sharon, I loved the book too - such wonderful memories! Blessings, Lee
Guest - Sharon (website) on Wednesday, 09 March 2011 18:29

Just had to comment on this one. I am reading that very book to my now 7 year old boy... I read it years ago to my now TWENTY year old son when HE was seven.

Yes we will be done some day... and it kinda makes me sad. I am treasuring this time with my youngest because I know all to well it will be over.

Just had to comment on this one. I am reading that very book to my now 7 year old boy... I read it years ago to my now TWENTY year old son when HE was seven. Yes we will be done some day... and it kinda makes me sad. I am treasuring this time with my youngest because I know all to well it will be over.

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