Friday, July 30, 2010

Lovely Wisdom, Long Rides, and Labor Laws

Why hello dear readers!

My wisdom for the day:
When facing a huge dandelion field, start with a single frolick.

A bit closed-minded, but I hope you understand.

So today the family that I belong to and I are going to Medieval Times. Huzzah!
Despite the long ride, we shall have a fabulous time.

And today, once again, I am working in Chapter2. Us homeschoolers have nothing better to do than defy Child Labor Laws. It's great fun, though. (Shout out to Kelly The Manager: Holla!)

Signing off, The Unsocial Homeschooler.
Current Read: Airman, by Eoin Colfer

Thursday, July 29, 2010


Photography - enjoy!
Comment on your favorites.
Copyright 2010 The Unsocial Homeschooler.
Route 9 at it's best.
Smaller sister playing piano.
Layla Hope, our  live in garden girl.
Chapter2 Thrift  Store, to which I am Assistant Manager
Beautiful fields of Pennsylvania
Hot Air Balloon.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Followers, Frolicking, and Fabulous Games.

Well hey, 7 followers is not to shabby!

Last night was most enjoyable. Our youth group played a fabulous game by the name of whiffleball. (I promised Mr. James, I would post about this) I stepped up to bat, and hit the ball quite far. But the notion to drop the bat as I ran completly escaped me, and though I frolicked as fast and hard as possible, I was tagged out.

Forgive me, my wisom has escaped me today. Here is a quote I enjoy though :
"Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.”

Signing off, The Unsocial Homeschooler.
Current Read: Airman, by Eoin Colfer.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

(Green) Water, Webkinz and Wisdom

I still sit here grounded.  But soon I shall have freedom - tomorrow!  Rejoice in this dear readers, REJOICE!!! 

After I finished my post yesterday, a few exciting thing happened that only a homeschooler would appreciate:  a deadly, very disturbing library fire in my backyard*, swimming in an algae-filled pool at the neighbors (no offense "neighbors"), all topped off with my nightly bowl of cereal (she bought the honey-nut cheerios!!)  But today, best of all, our DUMPSTER came!!!  In the process of rolling off the dumpster, my squirrel-dog almost got flattened.  However, I saved her just in time.  -bow-

The Dumpster - seconds
after I saved my squirrel-dog
Today, I will begin offering my daily words of wisdom.  Since I started the blog yesterday, I'll have to give you 2 today to catch up.

1)  Nothing stays free for long.

2)  Good things come in small packages, but the best things in life you can't even see.

I've concluded #1 because the whole worlds of Webkinz and Club Penguin are going down the drain.  I can't have one moment of peace because all my little sisters do is bug my mother to pay $14.99 (plus tax) to play online games that, in my day** used to be free to all.

I have no explanation for #2.  Figure it out, dear readers, yourself.

Signing off,
The Unsocial Homeschooler
Current Read:  Heir Apparent by Vivian Vande Velde (expect book review by Friday)

* Please note this fire was not deadly, dangerous, or actually even a fire.  Just a smokey lightbulb.  But it's newsworthy because the fire trucks came, right?

** "My day" was in 2008-2009 when Webkinz were still cool.  holla!

Monday, July 26, 2010

Mothers, Kiddie Pools and Musings

Here marks the first documentation of the Unsocial Homeschooler.  So, here I sit with my mother typing this for me because I'm grounded from using the computer.  But it's all good.  Us homeschoolers enjoy having our mothers do everything for us.  We are completely incapable to do things on our own.

Ok, enuff about this minor inconvenience.  Now onward, to more positive notions. 

I thought that I would post so you can know a little about me, before you start "following" my blog, because I know you want to. (FOLLOW, FOLLOW, FOLLOW!)

Some things I enjoy doing are frolicking in fields, making crowns of daisies and swimming in my blow up pool out back.  I'm so hardcore. 

So, here's to long summer days filled with musings from the epic life of an unsocial homeschooler.