Monthly Archives: June 2015

A Shopping Cart of Gratitude

I took the Cherub grocery shopping today and changed our lives.  I went with the Striderling and his sisters and mama.  While the HG unbuckled the baby and Striderling,  I took the Princess Peach and the Cherub by the hand and went into the grocery store to get one of those carts with the double […]

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Charlotte Mason Grammar and Composition, Grades 7-9

  There’s a lot to process (isn’t there always?), but I think the most useful information I gleaned from reading the programmes for this level is this: ‘making progress each term.’ Start where you are, and move forward. Progress may be slow, but what matters is that there is progress, improvement. I looked over the […]

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Grammar Exercise, 1912

(click to enlarge) From Everyday English, Book 1 By Franklin Thomas Baker, Ashley Horace Thorndike, 1912

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Gilbert & Sullivan’s ‘Patience’

Below is one of the songs from Patience performed by Anthony Warlow REGINALD BUNTHORNE (A Fleshly Poet) is the older gentleman. ARCHIBALD GROSVENOR (An Idyllic Poet), the younger. Archibald is a manifestly beautiful young man- burdened by his looks which cause every woman who meets him to fall madly in love with him. Earlier in […]

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