Showing posts from March, 2016

The Last Few Weeks of Classical Conversations

Shane doing an art project in class.

Shane diagrammed this sentence in his Essentials of the English Language class. Shane really enjoys grammar and has done an outstanding job in mastering it. He will finish with his grammar studies next week. He has met the English grammar requirements and will not need to do any other grammar in middle school or high school. I might do some reinforcement lessons but he will review English grammar while he learns Latin and other foreign languages.

We are fast approaching the last weeks of Classical Conversations this year. I have seen academic growth in all my children.

Carissa has done an outstanding job and has demonstrated how rhetorical she has become. She continues to receive high remarks from her tutor. Her workload this year has been tremendous. I have been told by many people that her school workload is equivalent to a student obtaining a masters degree from college. These remarks are from parents that have a masters degree. Anyway, she do…

Healing and Easter

I am sorry that I have not blogged for awhile. I have been busy with other things in my life. One thing that I have been doing lately is going back and learning about healing. I found a teacher (Barry Bennett) of healing. He teaches at Charis Bible College in Colorado Springs, CO. Perhaps you would like to hear him teach too. There are eight lessons to watch.

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