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What a summer it’s been so far! I’ve never been this pregnant in the summer and I have to say I planned it well the other four times! Since we don’t have central air, it gets very hot in our two story house (especially on the second floor where my computer is) and I [...]
Victoria has been saving for a camera that she bought with her father. It took most of her savings from the past few years. It arrived yesterday. She was already amazing with a camera, but with this camera (and her editing know-how), she just blows me away. I love how she captures moods and moments. [...]
Here’s a bit of the art and photography Victoria has done lately… Dragon Closeup on a charcoal angel Goofy hand art Anna from an odd angle Color Forms muscle boy Our local theater Portrait of a dog guest Iced screen Art for Joey Another for Joey Working on a dragon Good advice
It’s been so long since I’ve done one of these posts, it’s going to be hard not to be 30 or 40! Here’s a bit of what we’ve been doing around here… 1. We’re reading Kayak Anna. I got the book Kayak Anna and Palindrome Creek (or something similar) to review and started reading [...]
Here’s a few nifties I’ve been meaning to share…. Right now you can download Dan’s Doodles for free from CurrClick. They look like some really neat designs for coloring with the kiddos! Freely Educate (which you should follow if you don’t!) has their favorite freebies for elementary ages here. Manga High’s math games look pretty [...]
(Boy, with a title like that, I bet you’re afraid to read on!) Here’s a really fun article with pictures of 12 animals mistaken for mythical creatures. And I love this idea from Highland Homeschool for filling an old rubber glove with paint for a fun art project. We’re off tomorrow to Iowa for our [...]
If anybody else out there is crazy about photography but lacking the hundreds for Photo Shop, here’s a fantastic list of free photo editing sites. Some let you do some pretty nifty stuff like make collages and magazine covers, draw lines, smooth skin, etc. That should keep my girls busy for the next several weeks. [...]
Check out these creations at the Philadelphia zoo! The polar bears and penguins are fabulous too!