Tapestry of Grace

Today I started a new co-op. I haven’t been in a homeschool co-op for at least seven years, I think. No, more than that! Anyway, it was a different experience. There are about sixty kids, and I’m the oldest one there. :-/ I really don’t think I like that so much. There are four or five different age groups, and we discuss history and literature together, along with some government and world views. My group is Rhetoric, and we’re doing the Twentieth Century. It’s a lot of work. Paul, an old classmate of mine, is in Rhetoric, though, and so are Keturah and Drew, who is Mal’s little brother. Mrs. Konczal’s kids are in Upper Grammar and Dialectic, I think, so I see her some. After discussion we had a cookout for commencement. The food was good, but it was very hot. Keturah and I sat underneath a hyacinth bush for shade.
I talked with Mrs. Konczal a bit. She’s invited me to go with her to Eastern Rendezvous. That is something I would like to do, and I hope it works out. Eastern is a big gathering of French and Indian wars reenactors that lasts several days…apparently nearly four thousand people attend! It would be a very neat thing to do.

1 Comment

  1. Sonja!! Said,

    September 9, 2007 @ 9:09 am

    Ooooooh cool! Sounds a bit like MCS with all is classical emphasis. =D Thats super neat about the reenactment, too!

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