A World without walls
everyday life while homeschooling overseas
Andrew is 6. It's hard to imagine my little boy is 6 already. To celebrate, we had a bonefide Medieval Feast! We invited some friends, showcased our hard work on our unit on Medieval times, and ate a LOT of food!! :) The kids put all their artwork up on the walls and around the room, we set up castles, had performances during each course, and had a lovely time! Andrew was quite literally the king for the day. We even had Grandma and Papa Edwards on Skype for a few moments during our presentations. Our theme was the Michaelmas Feast, which is the Medieval feast of September. A good time was had by all...and we all went to bed very full!! (I also appreciate the fact that the nobility, when called upon to do these feasts, had a huge HOARDE of servants to help with preparation, serving, and clean up. Feasts weren't meant to be ma
Who Am I?
As a Stay At Home Mom of 4 wonderful children, I have the amazing opportunity not only to home school them, but to do so in many different places! I am married to the most amazingly wonderful (and handsome) man in the whole world! Together, we seek out, every day, that Joy in the Journey that makes life exciting!
by Dan Brown
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