Where did you go in March? Or a year ago in March? Or just any time that you haven’t linked up with us yet?
Inquiring minds want to know. Homeschool moms, that is. We need some ideas! Please share!
We have been dealing with a stray-cat induced case of ringworm at our house for nearly three weeks. It kind of put our life on hold – as well as any field trip plans we had. Imagine washing every towel, every time you use it. Then add on washing every rug, sheet, and blanket, every time you use them. Sprinkle on a little disinfecting everything in the house daily and vacuuming every other day, and you have a recipe for extreme fatigue.
The one thing I did make time for in the past three weeks was taking each of my teens on a “date” to see Walter Mitty at the dollar theater in town. Don’t worry, we wore long sleeves and pants, so there weren’t any spores spread. We caught something at the theater, though… HOPE and INSPIRATION. Walter Mitty is the epitome of a life-changing field trip movie. I urge you to see it yourself. Aside from a few crass remarks, it was totally above board (clean / family friendly). What a super movie. I can’t wait until it comes out on April 1st at the store so I can buy it and watch it for the FOURTH time.
Where have you been lately?
Your field trip ideas inspire us. Join us here each month (the last Friday of each month) to link up your field trips. Our readers showcase their field trip links, linking recent trips or not-so-recent trips here on our linky tool below. It doesn’t matter how old your link is, but please only post the link to a particular field trip once. Wherever you are going – inquiring homeschool minds want to hear about it (and see pretty pictures!)…
>Rules for linking up:
1. Your Fantastic Foto Fieldtrips post must be about a field trip and must contain photos.
2. There is no date limit on when you posted the article on your blog (ancient stuff from 2005 is acceptable).
3. You can include as many links as you want each month — the more the merrier (wow us!).
4. Do not link back to your main blog page — just the url from the actual field trip post and a title of where it was would be great: example — Sprittibee/Dollar Theater to see Walter Mitty ❤️
5. Be sure to use the graphic for the meme either in your post or sidebar (or both)
Feel free to browse back through our older Fantastic Foto Fieldtrip posts to find great links and fun picture posts.
Just click on the field trips category on our sidebar and scroll away! We can’t wait to join you on your your adventures.