The Homeschool Mother’s Journal – 2

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The Homeschool Mother's Journal

In my life this week…
This week has been a little busier than usual.

  • Monday; basketball practice.
  • Tuesday; basketball practice.
  • Wednesday; basketball practice and business meeting.
  • Thursday; Realtor’s Gala.
  • Friday; 2 basketball games, couple coming over to build a “Grand Opening in a Box” box.
  • Saturday; 1 basketball game.
  • Saturday Evening; Team Training (business meeting).
  • Sunday; Church and Basketball banquet and church.

For the record, I do not play basketball! Three of the children do. 

Places we’re going and people we’re seeing…
My friend, Jennifer Janes, has honored US with the pleasure of hosting Flat Sally in our home for a few weeks! We get to explore our little town in the eyes of a tourist. I have some great ideas and will be posting about it (with pics) next week.

My favorite thing this week was…
Connecting with Samantha and talking about Classical Education. Its something that I’ve hemmed and hawed with but never fully put into “practice”. We’re basically on this journey together.

Homeschool questions/thoughts I have…
I’ve always known that educating my child would be a monetary investment (sometimes a steep price). What’s better than that is having a mommy that invests in her own education (all the way around).

A photo, video, link, or quote to share…
I’ve learned so much about Classical Education from Milk and Cookies Blog’s 10 Days of Classical Education this week!

What has your homeschool week looked like? Come over to The Homeschool Chick and log your journal entry!

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About Kela

I’m Kela! I am a Daddy’s (Abba Father) girl, wife, mom, and grandma. I’m also an educator, writer, singer, Bible study leader, and mentor.
I’m a Southern girl that drinks coffee even in the heat of Summer.
My passion is encouraging others in their faith.

  • I too have looking into Classical Conversations. Thanks for the link I look forward to exploring what Milk and Cookies have to say.

  • We hosted a Flat Stanley once for my nephew. We had a blast taking him places and photographing him. We made up a scrapbook and sent him back. My sil said he had the best in the class!

  • thanks for the link – I look forward to checking it out! We moved to a somewhat classical family last year.

  • I enjoyed the 10 Days series as well! And I am glad to be on this journey with you!!!

  • I really enjoyed your blogs. It’s nice to see a family that has a strong faith based foundation. Not only are you educationg your children, you are teaching them the most imporant thing and that is God. Knowing God and His love is the key to life.

    Keep loving your family. I hope you fall deeper in love with your husband more and more each day.

    I’m a newbie and I would like for your to read my blogs at

    Praise God from whom all blessings flow.