What is Home School Really Like?

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  • Sometimes when the days seem long and breaks seem far away it is like
    Nike – Just Do It.
  • Sometimes it is like
    Geico – So easy a caveman can do it.
  • Sometimes it is like
    Office Depot – Taking Care of Business.
  • Sometimes when doing Math – I know God is bigger and like
    Allstate – I’m in Good Hands.
  • Sometimes adult conversation is needed – like
    AT&T,
    I need to  Reach Out and Touch Someone.
  • Sometimes I just want to scream –
    Give Me Break, Give Me Break – Break Me Off A Piece of That Kit Kat Bar
    .
  • Sometimes as the Mom/Teacher/Lunch Lady – I’m like
    Bounty the Quicker Picker-Upper
    .
  • Sometimes we make mistakes and the next time we are like
    Avis – We try harder
    .
  • Sometimes it is like the
    US Army – Be all you can be
    .
  • Sometimes like
    Mounds and Almond Joy – Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don’t
    .
  • Sometimes homeschool is like
    Visa – Everywhere You Want To Be
    .
  • Sometimes I know that home and school go great together like
    Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups – two great tastes that taste great together.
  • But MOST of the days are like
    McDonald’s – I’m lovin’ it.

 

Blessings to you!  You are loved!

Lana (31 Posts)

Lana's crazy life is all about 5 kids,a husband who constantly is doing DIYs and remodeling, travel, teaching, Texas, photography, social media and chocolate, all while having true JOY. Come see her life on iLoveMy5Kids.


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Comments

  1. michelle_m29@yahoo.com says

    That’s cute! I’m wondering if you left out it’s like Calgon — Take Me Away” on purpose and I’m th e only one who wants to go hide in the tub some days. :-)

    • Lana says

      Oh my – That one is awesome! Sometimes I just want to hide and never come out. But my kids have radar and as soon as they hear the water running…well…

      I now keep a list of chores ready – so if they bother my Calgon time – they will have something to do productive. :)

  2. Brenda says

    Lana, oh the joys of homeschooling – just remember one thing – it’s worth it all! And yes, really it is! What a privilege even on those “real” days.

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