We’ve just completed another fabulous homeschooling year. I now have an 8th grader and a 6th grader on my hands. I’m so proud of these two!
People sometimes ask me if it is hard to homeschool kids who have special needs. My answer to anyone out there wondering is that it is no more difficult than homeschooling any other kid. You plan, you prepare, you create lessons that work, and you deal with each day as it comes.
Benjamin and Yeva have both done very well. Each year we seem to have new struggles because as children grow the challenges change, but we make it through just fine.
The Lord sees to it that we have just what we need right when we need it.
Enjoying all nature has to offer does come with a little bit of a price. Seasonal allergies are no joke. Thank goodness there are medicines that I can take and that my Benjamin can take. Yes, my son is an allergy sufferer as well!
There is so much beauty surrounding us, yet so many of us miss it. We spend more time looking at screens than we do looking at the world around us. I am determined to see more of the natural beauty and spend less time looking at a device.
There are some beautiful flowers blooming in the Bighorn Mountains right now. I hope we can go back again soon to see more. Our first trip was cut short by a very thick layer of fog that gradually took over all visibility on the road. Even so, I was able to get up close to a beautiful flower…
It’s not that I’ve never seen mountains before. I am from Northern Nevada. Mountains are nothing new to me, but the mountains here in Wyoming are just incredible! The amount of trees and the incredibly dense forest are both almost overwhelming when you see them for the first time.