I missed posting yesterday! Instead, we got up at 5:30 and drove south and south for 12+ hours (counting an hour spent at Chari's house -- I dropped my kids off to visit her kids while I visited Chari at her workplace (the hospital -- she is an RN).
Today I don't have much inspiration, so I am going to list some inspiring links. I'm calling them Sunday Seven even though it is Monday just to keep some kind of continuity on here.
Dreams Do Come True. Beautiful reflection on marriage by my newly married daughter.
Remembering the Present. Very interesting, from Stratford Caldecott, on the importance of memory in an education.
Loki I Have Loved, But Thor Have I Hated. I haven't seen the new Thor movie. This post was interesting, though. I think I owe a hat tip for this one to Jessica at Homemaking through the Church Year.
Neville Longbottom is the Most Important Character in Harry Potter. Another interesting take on a book/movie. I got this link from Brandy at Afterthoughts.
Both this post and the last one made for a very interesting literary discussion with my 10 year old and 17 year old.
Peter Favre soon to be canonized! He is one of my favorite Jesuits.
The Joy of Copywork. A thoughtful post by Sally Thomas. The link takes you to a nice new blog called Thoughts and Things co-written by some of my favorite Catholic homeschool bloggers.
Worship of Technique. Also, Prudence and Appetite. Seems to relate to some of the things I am thinking about right now.