Friday, January 8, 2010

Yesterday and Today

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Worship. Dance. Music. Immature yellow-rumped warbler. Loving. More Japanese fans. Snow. Flying children. 2 hours of subtraction and counting money, otherwise known as "playing store". (They don't like math? I don't believe it.) Knights and castles. More store today. And flashcards and looking through math lapbooks. (Because they wanted to.) Finally learning to play the first two lines of "Joyful, Joyful." (She's been working on it for about 3 weeks.) Making Mongolian beef. Japanese noh masks. Starting some ice wreaths. A very good bedtime story. (Go ahead. Read that page.)

5 comments:

  1. flying children and the rumped warbler.. you made me smile this morning. just stopping in to say a hello to you sarah.

    have a good weekend.. looks like you have a good start!

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  2. you've inspired me! i was wondering what to do with the cranberries in my frig.

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  3. That wreath is beautiful as well... good idea! It isn't cold here right now. About 45* and rainy. But I look forward to playing with that idea later this season too.

    Blessings,

    Val

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