CHEAP AND YUMMY BROWNIE RECIPE!
6 TBSP cocoa, 1/4 C butter, 1 C sugar, 1/2 tsp vanilla, 1/3 C flour, 2 eggs, Cook 350 - 25 mins.

1/26/07

YOU KNOW YOU'RE A HOMESCHOOLER WHEN...

YOU KNOW YOU'RE A HOMESCHOOLING PARENT WHEN...

 “You get to change more than diapers, you get to change
minds.
 When a child busts a lip and after seeing she’s OK you round
up some scotch tape to capture some blood to look at under the
microscope.
 You find dead animals and consider saving them to dissect
later.
 Your child never leaves the ‘why’ stage.
 When your teenager takes a community college class and ask
you why the teacher wrote ‘At’ (A+) on his paper.
 You ask for a copier on your anniversary.
 Your kids think reading history is best done on the floor next to
the dog.
 Your spouse can come home at the end of the day and tell how
the science experiment went by looking at the house.
 You never have to take your child’s forgotten lunch to school.
 Your child never has to dread P.E.
 The only school lunch program debate is whose turn it is to
cook.
 You never have to figure out who is telling the truth in a
dispute: your child or the teacher.
 Drugs at school mean Tylenol.
 Your neighbors think you are insane.
 Your kids learn new vocabulary words from their extensive
collection of Calvin and Hobbes books.
 The dining room now has a computer, copy machine and book
shelves with educational posters all over the walls.
 You have meal worms growing in a container….on purpose.
 If you get caught talking to yourself you can claim you are
having a PTA meeting
 Talking out loud to yourself is a parent teacher conference.
 You take off for an in-service day because the principal needs
clean underwear.
 You cannot make it through a movie without pointing out the
historical inaccuracies.
 You step on a math manipulative on your pre-dawn trip to the
bathroom.
 The teacher can kiss the principal in the faculty lounge and no
one gossips.
 Your honor student can actually read the bumper sticker you
put on your car.
 Your kids refer to the neighbors as ‘government school
Inmates.’
 You can’t make it through the grocery store product
department without asking your preschooler the name and
color of every vegetable.
 Your home resembles a one-room school house called a one-house
schoolroom.”


Thanks to www.homeschoolingeasy.com for these answers!

2 comments:

Heather said...

Hey, about that "neighbors think you're insane" one...

The Mom With Brownies (The story of us) said...

LOL!