New Year’s Resolutions usually include some form of “getting back in shape,” or adopting a new exercise routine, or editing former dietary habits. By spring time, or at least during spring break, many resolutions have fallen by the wayside. Well, if you have an active kiddo who’s always in need of burning off daily energy (or calories), then a great, active, simple, fun way for you to kick off spring is at your local trampoline park! Jump around!
“MOM” - noun (1) a female parent (2) a woman in relation to her child or children - verb (1) bring up (a child) with care and affection (2) give origin or rise to
“LIFE” - noun (1) the condition that distinguishes animals and plants from inorganic matter, including the capacity for growth, reproduction, functional activity, and continual change preceding death
We all know that the average Mom IS MORE than any words, paragraphs, books, libraries can ever sufficiently describe, okay? We know that Mom granted the ultimate sacrifice - HER LIFE - the moment she chose to BE a mom, and inevitably, she continues to sacrifice “A LOT,” continuously… until the end of time…
And, if you’re a homeschool Mom (or Grandmom), I can almost guarantee that it has been waaaay past due for YOU, yes Y-O-U, “Mommy, Mommie, Mom, Ma, Mama, Momma, Mother” to GET A LIFE!!! I mean this with total niceness, tenderness, honesty, and the sweetest sincerity. Let me explain…
Getting “back in shape” is something we often tell ourselves but sometimes rarely MAKE time to do. One way that exercise and that keeps us active is to explore local sites, and take our scooter, bike, and/or walking shoes with us. And our recent most favorite place to ride our scooters is Tom Lee Park in downtown Memphis on the Mighty Mississippi River! Annnnd, we enjoy more than just "Rolling on the River"…
“SUPPORT” - verb: (1) bear all or part of the weight of; hold up. (2) give assistance to; enable to function or act. - noun (1) a thing that bears the weight of something or keeps it upright. (2) material assistance.
“GROUP” - noun (1) a number of people or things that are located close together or are considered or classed together - verb (1) put together or place in a group or groups.
Like any new venture you begin, you generally start with research. When you research, you search for and trust “experts” in your field of interest. You surely wouldn’t ask your neighbor who’s afraid of water where the best fishing holes are, right?
Same with homeschooling. Waste NOT your time inquiring pertinent homeschool questions and answers from people heavily bent on traditional schooling being the only, correct form of education. ASK FELLOW HOMESCHOOLERS!!! Period. Join a homeschool support group TODAY, and here’s why…