I finished my year-long writing project…

… such as it is.

Homeschooling: Shaye and Marik practicing being mail carriers and learning about the postal system

Homeschooling: Shaye and Marik practicing being mail carriers and learning about the postal system

Homeschooling: make your own fire fighter hat, hose and fire. Then, put it out.

Homeschooling: make your own fire fighter hat, hose and fire. Then, put it out.

Well, I succeeded in writing about all the traditional Pagan holidays for a year, recording what we did in one form or another. Sometimes I managed pictures and/or a detailed account of what we cooked and the songs of the season and so forth. Sometimes I managed to post something before the fact, so that others could try out some of our ideas this year. But sometimes it was all I could do to scratch out a few lines a few weeks after the fact. That was primarily in the summer when internet access was sketchy and life was more chaotic, living temporarily with my family in Oregon.

You can see my final post, including photos, and all the other previous posts on the “Wheel of the Year” page: https://ariefarnam.wordpress.com/the-wheel-of-the-year/

We’ve been back in Europe for almost two months and I am only now do I feel moderately caught up with the gardening, the harvesting, my tutoring jobs and the homeschooling plans. So, I though I would post a couple of the best photos that got left out over the past few months because of our chaotic lives.

Homeschooling: Showing off professions posters and Imbolc crowns

Homeschooling: Showing off professions posters and Imbolc crowns

Homeschooling:  Sure this is educational somehow

Homeschooling: Sure this is educational somehow

Playing at a wild park with friends in Vienna

Playing at a wild park with friends in Vienna

Really wild and really fun friends

Really wild and really fun friends

Beautiful dancers at the Romani festival at Cerveny Kamen

Beautiful dancers at the Romani festival at Cerveny Kamen

Romani men dance too. And how!

Romani men dance too. And how!

Water fun at the end of summer is a little chilly.

Water fun at the end of summer is a little chilly.

But so educational. Here's Shaye working with various types of pumps and water wheels at the Family Park south of Vienna.

But so educational. Here’s Shaye working with various types of pumps and water wheels at the Family Park south of Vienna.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Peter Farnam
    Oct 09, 2013 @ 15:12:52

    Hi all, Another great post on your blog! I enjoyed it a lot. Your educational programs are so fun for the kids. That’s what’s important at this stage. Love, Bop Bop

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