We Are Deep In the Heart of Texas

Nomadic seasons of farming adventures with nature thrown in to include; a pinch of family, snippets of friends, counting our blessings, paying IT forward, home school, and the spicy things I decide to rant about.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Even on a Sunday

They learn most of the time; they don't realize it. LOL
Sshhhh, don't tell him its the weekend. I still have about 5 boxes of junk to sort. Then I will be arranging the books in a more reasonably easy to find manner.  Yes, I will have to make a 'card library on a laptop then have the shelves number so; a book will be searchable.
Zephyr said those are eyeballs, I guess he was SEEING his solutions. LOL
Playdoh, on the USA map anyone?
I Love This Globe Game on Geography!
This door will be removed, this passage is just too narrow.
This was the shelf hubby built and installed this weekend; he also sanded the other side of the soon to be white board.  Yeah! Next I will paint it.  Its coming along quiet nicely.
This was what was left after a HUGE thunderstorm rolled through Saturday morning around 5 a.m.  As you can see, we probably recieved around 4 to 6 inches in about 1 hours time.  It was a fast, hard moving storm and left the creek in the back full for the half the day.


Sharon said...

I suppose your storm is going to head our way.... I am tired of rain and gloom. Does it dry up quickly there or hang around?

Loads of books there! Good idea to catalog them on your computer! Sorting is a good way to learn!

Good job!

Melodie said...

Your school room is great! You are right,if you make learning fun and not drudgery, like it often is in PS, they will learn all the time! We fot some rain too ,finally! We were getting pretty dry over here!

John Gray jgsheffield@hotmail.com said...

just read your last post....

too hard on yourself!!!

I wish you were teaching me!!!

Texan said...

hey girly there is a little something at my blog for you if you want to pick it up ... if you dont want to mess with it ... no worries :)