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Jean in Wisc

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About Jean in Wisc

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    Simplicity, beauty, serenity...and astronomy, homesteading, nature, cats, photography--all wrapped up in my search for knowing God.

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  1. Not missing homeschooling, but missing homeschooling. Good to have adult children, but not glad to have the kids grown up. Life is never easy (nor does it always make sense!)

    1. Chris in VA

      Chris in VA

      Totally hear you. Nice to "see"you!


    2. Miss Marple

      Miss Marple

      I'm right there with you this year. I still get excited to research curriculum choices :)



  2. Thank you so much for your words of wisdom and experience on the high school board. I'm reading the thread re: moms feeling the pressure w/high school, and your post was very inspiring and helpful. I appreciate you sharing your experiences and being a source of balance and hope when things seem a bit overwhelming!

  3. Jean -


    Here is some "good rep" for an excellent post on being consistent with teens. Wise words.


    - Jean (in Newcastle)

  4. Thank you for the Thanksgiving greetings :). Hope yours was grand! Jean

  5. Hi Jean,


    I thought I would pop over and say hello. I haven't heard from you in a while; I'm only popping into the board here once a day or so since we have the new wtm conservatives board so I miss discussing things with my cyber friends like you.


    I hope all is well with you and your family. I always appreciate your sage advice on all things homeschooling.


    Take care,


  6. I saw your post about your sister. ((Hug.)) At times life is just too hard. I also noticed that you have no friends! I'll send you a request if I can figure out how to do it!

  7. Jean, thanks for your reply http://www.welltrainedmind.com/forums/showthread.php?t=60105 where you described how you did science. You inspired me to stop putting off science and just do it! Thanks, Polly

  8. My hubby works for an electric utility, and when I mentioned the exploded florescent, he was immediately concerned. I've heard about the mercury in them before, but I had never gone looking for info on how to clean it up. I learned something, too! Thanks for the message.

  9. I appreciate your advice on the cat explosion thread. You really did your homework!

  10. Your post in the wiccan thread was just beautiful! You are always such a wonderful, wise, gentle presence on these forums!

  11. http://www.welltrainedmind.com/forums/showpost.php?p=573967&postcount=1


    What a *beautiful* post. I really know what you mean, but could never have put it into words like you did. It is so nice to know there are other believers who marvel in the mysteries of God's world. :)

  12. Absolutely beautiful post, Jean. Really hits home, too. Thank you.
  13. LOL! Lovers of both kitties and the equidae family (I don't have horses, but I do have a donkey). :)

  14. We cat lovin folks have to stick together!

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