Last week we found two things in our garden that we just didn’t expect to make it…..a cantaloupe….. and broccoli! Both have been gobbled up. Good thing we don’t have to depend on this garden to feed us through the winter – we would starve, but we are thrilled with our humble beginnings!
I just have to brag…. Yesterday, as Robert and I made the trek to Vermont, the boys spent the day at the Baglow’s house, and Kayla went to the Gould’s. We picked Kayla up around 5p.m. I told Kory and Cooper they needed to walk home at 3p.m. and accomplish some chores before we arrived… Read More What a Kid!
What a treat!Today I got to visit with one of my best friends from high school – Kerry. Her husband had to travel to Vermont for a business conference, so we made plans to meet in Bennington, VT which was on their way to Albany to catch a flight back to California.Kerry and I met… Read More Old Friends
On Monday, our homeschool history group took a field trip to theConnecticut Renaissance Faire. We are studying the Renaissance and Middle Ages this year, so it was perfect for our group! It was “school day” on Monday with cut rate tickets and back to back shows. We were there from 9a.m. through 2p.m. and still… Read More Of Knights and Fair Ladies
On Saturday, we enjoyed a favorite New England tradition – apple picking! Upon finding a really good apple….. Cooper: “This is the grandest apple in the whole orchard!” (Say with British accent) Kory: “You mean – This apple is the apple of my eye.” (Say with corrective older brother tone) This may seem like a… Read More Apple Picking (and other types of picking)