Some of our friends have begun their
formal 2009-10 school year already.
We have not.
We are certainly marking many things
on our log books as our daily life
lends itself to learning, but as of
yet we have not begun the Accounting
curriculum or the American History, etc.
Chelsea can be found on the computer
working on French sporadically. Not
at my direction but out of her own
Mikey is getting eight weeks of horticulture
through his Internship at Longwood Gardens.
Jonathan can be found perfecting his art
with a friend who majored in graphic arts
in a trade school last year. Just for fun
they have done ink drawings, watercolor and
However, my mind is turning to the days when
we will gather in the living room discussing
the merits of a republic over socialism or a
How God made our various body parts in just
the right ways as we study anatomy.
Reading aloud a piece of literature which
captivates and inspires.
You know,this kind of time with the kids
will be done after this year.
Mikey and Jonathan will graduate
leaving Chelsea and I on our own
for her last three years.
So, I intend to cherish our time this year.
To pack in as much about God, His goodness
and Seeking His will as is possible to do
without making the kids too crazy. This is
the lesson I most wish to get across to the
boys as they head into manhood and the
responsibilities that brings.
It is happening.
I see it daily.
Praying for wisdom and strength as we
have a very eventful year ahead.
P.S. A Partial Curriculum List:
John MacArthur - The Truth War
BJU Press - The American Republic
W. Cleon Skousen - A Miracle that Changed the World- A 5,000 Year Leap
A Beka - America, Land That I Love
Alan L. Gillen - Body By Design
I. Edward Alcamo - Anatomy Coloring Workbook
Alpha Omega - Accounting I
Rosetta Stone - French
Again, this is a partial list of this year's curriculum
but we will use these resources to gain an understanding
of the subjects studied.