I certainly hope so!
I don't want to say too much about it, because i don't want to be a Debbie Downer about the place we are hoping to leaving (especially if it means we're staying--ha!) Also not wanting to let myself gush about where we are heading, because the fall will be that much farther if we lose the opportunity again, this time around.
We are busy packing and moving boxes, readying rooms for strangers to walk through (has anyone put their houses on the market lately? is it just me that isn't thrilled with all the nonsense that has to be done for strangers so that they can "imagine" themselves here? really? really?!?! i'm responsible to pay $,$$$ for someone to come in my home to have a daydream?!? what?!?! thanks a-helpin' n a-heapin' you HGTV people! i disgress. ahem sorry about that.) :)
anywho, with all the activity that comes with moving, and with the currently packed calendar, my little journal here is going to have to take a seat even further back in the bus, behind school yet just in front of sanity and crafting. Now some say it's a short bus. :) Ah, but is it because i choose to drive one or....? :)
Also, is it wrong to call packing and organising boxes "homeschool"? Well, you know, those college years are about 9 years away...Cookie's gotta learn to pack up and fly from the nest someday. :) Proving once again that "Homeschool is Life-school", eh?
Oh, incidently, a tip for those out there with children who are "hating math" all of the sudden when they hit double digit multiplication. Take them to the candy aisle. :) My dear Cookie wants nothing more that to 1. Stop doing math and 2. Hand out Hallowe'en candy. And sadly, Toots, those two things don't jive. So while including her in the candy shopping for this year, she discovered that some packages didn't say how many items were inside. Oh no! How would we know how many trick or treaters we could hop up on sugar? A quick check of the "nutrition (ha!) label" gives you information that you need to calculate the quantity--that job, of course, going to your little goblin. Real life math in action! As you see the light bulb start to flicker above your child's head and the gears in there start causing their little eyes to roll back and forth across their their face, their math hardened heart will start swelling. It does come with a warning though: don't give the completely uncool "See, I Told You You'd Need Math in Real Life" speech, because that's the killer. Just trust me on that one. :)
Most of all, wanting to wish you all a wonderful end to October and a safe Hallowe'en.