This little guy above was only a short ways from me in the back yard Monday morning. He was very still, pretending I wasn't there taking his picture. He does nearly blend in with the old mulch, doesn't he?
Redo Jr. got this bike nearly two years ago. If it had an odometer, it would now have about 250,000 miles on it. Just nicely broken in as he cruises, no hands on the wheel, around our neighborhood to find someone to play.
My tomato plants are growing because of all the rain we've had this past week. What we need now is some serious sunshine.
The flowers have lost all their blooms.
My friend Jennifer, the gardener, assures me the blooms will come back. Lacking even a small portion of a green thumb, I hope she's right.
Today Miss E and I studied "The Titanic." She saw on Facebook that one of her friends was going to see the movie. I told her it would be horrible. She didn't believe me so we
looked it up. And read the entire Wikipedia account of
that tragic happening.
I love homeschooling, as long as it isn't math or science.
I've found a veterinarian homeschooling mother who is teaching biology in her home next year, so Miss E will join that small group.
She wants to dissect so badly, and this is her chance. The teacher is thrilled that we own a microscope to share with the class, she likes to have a microscope for every two students.
Did you like dissection when you took biology? I have to admit I found the innards of the frog we dissected in tenth grade to be absolutely fascinating.
Hugs ~ Mary