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Heather, I am so jealous of you because everything is falling into place the way you've planned, and we are still working toward our plans. BUT I am so happy for you because everything is falling into place the way you've planned, and I love reading about it here, because it gives me hope that things will fall into place for us, too. And also because you're a fantastic writer with a lot of lovely things to write about. Keep doing what you're doing. You're awesome. xo
Toggle Commented May 21, 2015 on Some Blog Housekeeping at beauty that moves
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Happy Earth Day! Thanks for the chance at your wonderful giveaway. :) xo
Love love love these shoes! Thanks for the chance. :)
Toggle Commented Oct 11, 2014 on SouleMama Sponsor ~ Aurora Shoe Company at SouleMama
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We’ve been away again—literally and figuratively—and once again I have some catching up to do. I began writing this two weeks ago, now, after Asher’s first week of “little Kindergarten”…so it’s mostly out of date now, but still something I want to share. :: Asher’s first week of school deserves... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2014 at wild blueberries
I’ve mostly given up on our garden this year. It’s still growing, abundantly: tomatoes and cucumbers and broccoli and turnips and celery and are all doing well, in spite of the weeds that are growing up around them. We really have neglected our garden this year—and especially this past month—but... Continue reading
Posted Sep 4, 2014 at wild blueberries
I’ve been absent from this space for longer than I planned. If I’m being perfectly honest, these last few weeks have been harder for me than I expected them to be. It turns out I don’t do death very well. Sometimes all you have the energy to do, mentally and... Continue reading
Posted Sep 2, 2014 at wild blueberries
Beautiful clothing! Thanks for the chance. xo
Toggle Commented Aug 31, 2014 on SouleMama Sponsor ~ Artefacto Apparel at SouleMama
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I’d forgotten how rough and…jingoistic is the best word I can come up with…it is. Of course it’s perfect for the period, and it opens up lots of interesting discussions (similar to Little House on the Prairie & Ma’s dislike of “Indians”) but it’s so strange to be saying some of the things in the book out loud! The kids are really enjoying it, though. I think we might watch ‘Hook’ when we are finished reading it; I love that movie! xo
Toggle Commented Aug 20, 2014 on in progress :: 34 | 52 at wild blueberries
We were away from home for a week, so we haven't spent much time in creative pursuits. I did write a poem—about as creative as I've been in the last little bit—but that's hard to show in a photograph, don't you think? I brought Julia's shawl with me to my... Continue reading
Posted Aug 20, 2014 at wild blueberries
A truly phenomenal man died last Monday morning. He was kind and generous, with a huge heart. He had a quick wit and a wry sense of humor: at his prime, he could be pee-your-pants funny; at his most poignant, his words could move you to tears. He struggled for... Continue reading
Posted Aug 19, 2014 at wild blueberries
That Peter Pan hat is fantastic! It would be perfect for my son's Peter Pan birthday party... :) xo
I *love* Kelly's Kindergarten curriculum - we've used it last year for my daughter's first K year and are using it this year with my son - and I'm looking forward to seeing her First Grade. (It would be awesome to win it! Thanks for the chance...) xo
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Lovely, as usual, Amanda. Our big garden news this week is that the garlic is harvested, and the tomatoes are abundant:
Toggle Commented Aug 7, 2014 on in the garden :: August 7 at SouleMama
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I suppose the most exciting thing happening in our garden in the last two weeks is the garlic harvest. The tomatoes and blackberries are ripening in abundance—each day there is more to harvest and eat—but there is something particularly satisfying, I think, about harvesting all of something at once, seeing... Continue reading
Posted Aug 7, 2014 at wild blueberries
:: ants Every classroom needs an ant farm, don't you think? We started ours on Friday; watching them work, we're finding, is both entertaining and educational. (The ant farm is from here and the ants from here. The dirt is from our backyard.) :: ABCs We're having our first "review"... Continue reading
Posted Aug 6, 2014 at wild blueberries
:: whole wheat crescent rolls Because they look like the letter C. Julia thought they might taste good if we sprinkled them with cinnamon before baking them. (She was right.) :: pasta salad Perfect to take along for an outdoor movie on the waterfront: Heather's wonderful Caprese Pasta Salad, which... Continue reading
Posted Jul 30, 2014 at wild blueberries
Oh, honey - I'm so sorry to hear your mom was hurt, and so glad that she is recovering. I'll be keeping you all in my thoughts and sending healing energy your mom's way. Much love to you. xoxo
Toggle Commented Jul 29, 2014 on ::just words today:: at Gypsy Forest
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Oh my - sounds like you have your hands full! So much fun, though, isn’t it? I hear it is great being the grandma because you get to have all sorts of fun with them & then give them back when you’re done! :)
Toggle Commented Jul 28, 2014 on garden weekend at wild blueberries
We got a lot of that on Saturday - one woman who bought it said she couldn’t drink it (I’m guessing maybe she was diabetic?) but she bought a cup anyway because she thought it was great that they were selling it. Julia has been obsessed with the school bus for ages - I think maybe because George’s sister is a bus driver, so her cousin Luciano gets to ride with his mother sometimes? When she used to say she wanted to go to school, that was always the reason: so she could ride the school bus. :)
Toggle Commented Jul 28, 2014 on garden weekend at wild blueberries
Highlights from Garden Walk weekend... :: The weekend began early on Saturday with a trip to the co-op for last-minute lemonade stand supplies, and to the Farmers Market for a flat of blueberries and a jug of maple syrup. (We were undecided on the lemonade stand until we woke up... Continue reading
Posted Jul 28, 2014 at wild blueberries
Oh, what a fantastic giveaway - thanks so much for the chance! xo
Toggle Commented Jul 27, 2014 on SouleMama Sponsor ~ Imagine Childhood at SouleMama
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We went for a walk, one afternoon last week, to find a tree in our neighborhood that will be our friend for the coming year. We plan to visit it every so often—although, in truth, we walk past it nearly every day—to see how it changes as the year passes.... Continue reading
Posted Jul 25, 2014 at wild blueberries
Very much looking forward to reading more about your homeschooling. My two are still very small but I hope we will homeschool through high school - and you're right that there is not much out there written beyond the elementary years. (I confess that I have a few of your earlier posts bookmarked for future reference!) xo
Toggle Commented Jul 24, 2014 on The State of Things at beauty that moves
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I'm despairing, a bit, of our garden this week. I certainly have garden envy now, looking at yours!
Toggle Commented Jul 24, 2014 on in the garden :: July 24 at SouleMama
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I've been just terrible this year, all summer long, about the weeds. It's a pattern, really; I begin every spring with the best of intentions and an excess of enthusiasm, then we go away for a week just as the growing season is starting to pick up, and I never... Continue reading
Posted Jul 24, 2014 at wild blueberries