Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Days of Togetherness

Homeschooling means connecting during breakfasts instead of speedy swallows and rushing quickly out the door.  This morning, we had a surprise visitor.

We learned it was a red-tailed hawk, and that they can be trained as hunters for falconry if they are passage hawks.  We learned that passage hawks are less than one year old hawks who have left the nest.  We also learned that falconry is a sport where trained raptors hunt for humans.  Then we learned that raptors aren't just extinct dinosaurs, they are also birds of prey.

Homeschooling means music can be played and enjoyed by all ages anytime throughout the day. See?

Homeschooling can also mean as a mother, you get to weather through your children's least favorite subject with them, and you usually experience more moodiness than they'd probably throw at an unfamiliar teacher.

But it also means you get to enjoy recesses, too.  And recesses can be in the form of gardening, trampoline jumping, or teatime outdoors.  Or anything you want it to be.  And it is together.

I like being together.
This is a contributing post for Gratituesday,
Photobucket  Making your home sing Mondays


  1. HAts off to you for homeschooling. I can barely get thru with homework. I don't know how you do it. LOVE the last shot.

  2. beautiful shots of togetherness!

  3. Love the last shot. Looks like a fun bunch to be together with all day.

  4. Great shots! I really love that last one.

  5. I always admire mamas that homeschool their children! Good for you!

    I discovered you over at You Capture and wanted to tell you about The Happiness Project. It's a carnival that I host every Tuesday and all you have to do is post a photo of something that makes you happy. I am trying to take over the blogosphere with happiness.

    Here is a link to last week's post if you want to check it out.

    I'd love to have you join in the fun next week.

  6. Wonderful photos and blurbs about togetherness. What a wonderful life. I wish I had explored homeschooling when my kids were young. So awesome.

  7. This is so lovely. The more homeschooling blog posts I read the better I am feeling about this adventure I am on. Lovely photos too.

  8. Yes! That is what is so awesome about homeschooling. I loved being able to spend that time with my children. This is our last year as our youngest is a senior, but I am enjoying this time with him!

    Thank you for linking up to Making Your Home Sing Monday.

  9. What a delight homeschooling can be when we slow down, simplify, follow our children and enjoy the rhythms of life God graces us with. Thank you for sharing.

  10. What sweet photos - and such blessing that you enjoy time spent with your family!


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