I realize it's probably been fall for many of you for weeks now. Here in South Carolina, though, fall is just beginning. We've just seen the beginning of crisp, cool mornings. The leaves on the trees in my yard are still green, but I know they'll be turning color any time now.
Here are some fun activities you can do as a family:
Go for a hike in the woods to see the changing colors.
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My mom passed away almost 10 years ago from breast cancer. I still remember when she first received her diagnosis 11 years prior to that. I had just graduated college. I was old enough to understand what she was going through, or at least have a general understanding. I don't think I'll ever truly understand all of her emotional and physical turmoil through that time, unless I also develop cancer.
Welcome to Homeschooler Spotlight! Each week I feature a different homeschooler and her blog. This week is Meg from Adventures with Jude. She's sharing tips for choosing the best program for your student.
For the past 11 years, I've been a soccer mom. At least 3 days a week, I have small people at soccer practices. Every weekend usually means at least 1 soccer game, sometimes as many at 12 among all 3 soccer players. I'm used to my soccer mom status. I've even come to embrace it.
Technically I've been a softball mom for a couple of years now. Sassy and Little Red both started playing in spring 2012. Sassy's played 2 spring seasons of t-ball, and Little Red has played 2 spring seasons of coach pitch.