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Our Back to Homeschool Week

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Back to Homeschool...Or as some say "not-back-to-school" week!

This past week, Celeste and I started our homeschool year. My teens started back last Thursday at the local senior high school and we enjoyed the last days of Nana's visit on Thursday and Friday.

Monday was "back to the books" and the routine. We had a great first week, with just a little drama! We met with homeschool friends on Monday afternoon and again on Wednesday afternoon at the beach.

I share photos on instagram pretty much every day, so I made a mosaic to share here with several snapshots from our week. A bit more details about each photo can be found below the mosaic.

See more at my blog post: Our Back to Homeschool Week.
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