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Archive for February, 2006

Baby Greek

Monday, February 6th, 2006

New book by Johannah Bluedorn. Available this coming June. Cover of Little Bitty Baby Learns Greek


Sunday, February 5th, 2006

The girls have been teaching me to knit. Actually, I taught them to knit long ago, and now they are re-teaching me. We started with an easy project — a shawl using just the knit stitch. I’m using Alpaca Boucle which is 90% alpaca and 10% nylon. I’m going to need a couple more skeins […]

Bless the Lord

Sunday, February 5th, 2006

Thank you, Marsha, for your review of Bless the Lord. Dash Drews and Bless the Lord

Don Potter’s February E-Letter

Friday, February 3rd, 2006

Dear Friends of Phonics-First, January has been particularly good for phonics. Our web site has received a total of 56,326 hits for the month! This is a record! There was a total of 4,904 visits. The KBytes is also respectible: 1,217,084. Florence Akin’s 1913 Word Mastery leads the hits with an encouraging 12,532 hits […]

Bluedorn Movies

Thursday, February 2nd, 2006

Our first attempt at making movies.

Raising Godly Children in an Urban Climate

Thursday, February 2nd, 2006

Dear Laurie, I am in the process of getting rid of many of my children’s books. As we read through them my son was either upset about these horrid stories or I was skipping over stories, meanwhile being barraged with questions why. However, I need something else to read to my son. I have little […]

The Math Worksheet Site

Wednesday, February 1st, 2006

The Math Worksheet Site is the brilliant brainchild of Scott Bryce. For just a few dollars a year, you can print out an unlimited number of hundreds of types of math worksheets, all printed out to your own specifications. Amazing. I would include a subscription to this website on my list of essentials for a […]

Sap and Mine

Wednesday, February 1st, 2006

Taken from The Gospel Standard, November 2005 There were little need of promises and such other encouragements as the Word of God is full of, if believers were not brought into such straits and difficulties as continually to need them. Our heart is full of unbelief, infidelity, worldliness, pride, presumption, hypocrisy, and every other hateful […]


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