Maybe if I keep a list here, I can keep adding – maybe not the easiest format to maintain, but until I figure out a clever way via github jekyll page collections… update (2017-03-04): Dr D’Ooge’s Elements of Latin wins and is available printed and coil bound with answer key and your purchase helps our… Continue reading Free Latin Readers and Grammars and Texts
I’m homeschooling four boys aged 9-14. Today is the last day of Term 2, so a chance to review and plan and hope and hunt around for Latin texts. Bouncing around the internet I found these two by E. A. Sonnenschein: Ora Maritima Pro Patria I’ll save the links here to remind me to see… Continue reading Latin learning
Print Etsy Inventory Etsy does do some things well, but they leave the door wide open for third party helpers like Cr8tivity.com Maybe this is strategic and wise, but downright frustrating when you want a printout of your 250 active listings quickly rather than printing each page of the listings manager – which handily gives… Continue reading Print Etsy Inventory
I was helping a friend with an Etsy shop icon. Her family had designed a lovely banner but translating that into a tiny square format proved to be an obstacle. The text used an ornate font which would be difficult to read shrunk down. I needed to find a similar but simpler font to match.… Continue reading Fonts and scruples.
There’s this website, a social media thing for book worms. It suggested I paste this into my blog, and me being curious had to give it a go. Green Dolphin Country by Elizabeth Goudge My rating: 5 of 5 stars Awesome book – people who get married and set off on a roller coaster ride… Continue reading Goodreads
Originally posted on askthe"Bigot":
Surprise! I agree with Alabama’s first openly gay state legislator, Patricia Todd. Not her view that Alabama’s ban on same-sex marriage should be overturned. She’s wrong about that. But she’s right that you don’t get to make a moral argument about marriage and family, especially one that is based on “Christian…
I came across the idea over at Laptop on the Ironing Board. She doesn’t give her pattern, but the basic idea is good – work the stripes flat, make into a tube, crochet around the edges, make a banana head and embroider a face. Here is my attempt at a pattern based on two experimental… Continue reading Bananas in Pyjamas