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    Hi Hampchick!

    Sorry it took awhile to get back to you - still figuring out how this "visitor messages" works! I originally sent the message to myself!

    Yes, we were very fortunate to have found property that borders the park. Love it! Do you live in NH?

    Great idea for a new group! I'd be interested in a meet up in September. The only thing is, we are joining two other groups and may be limited by my son's tolerance for new group meetups all at the same time. He's a bit shy, and in that awkward tween years (Tho he's only 10-the hormones are a'changing. :P

    Thanks for letting me know about the group, and I hope to see you soon!
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    Just wanted to check in and make sure you're okay after the tornadoes!
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    Happy birthday! Wishing you the best!
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40 something mom living in beautiful Western MA with husband, 1 dog, 2 children.
Knitting, crochet, reading, education, science


-Hampchick (aka Dawn)
Eclectic homeschooler of EJ (8) and JD (5.5)
I sometimes blog: Meandering Homeschool


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Happy Thanksgiving!

by Hampchick on 11-24-2010 at 03:29 PM
Tossed uncomfortably
Voyage to Plimoth
Seasick, scared, optimistic Pilgrims

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Yummy food
Lots of fun
Holiday to give thanks

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Have a great day!

Paper Making

by Hampchick on 11-16-2010 at 04:33 PM
EJ picked this poject. After we finished up learning about butterflies and Monarch migration I asked him what he wanted to learn about; he chose paper making!

First we learned a little bit about the history of paper from HP Papermaker: History of Paper. Then we watched some videos from the TV series "How It's Made". This show is so popular in our house that it has become our thing to do on Friday evenings before the kids go to bed so I knew the kids would be captivated.

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