Getting Ready

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Yesterday we had an "epic" party. We had somewhere around 25 people milling about. We attempted to keep preparations as simple as possible. Still, with several food sensitivities (wheat, sugar or dairy, depending on the person), it took some work. We also did a bit of tidying before everyone came over, to keep up appearances <smile>.

All that to say, the more variables you need to account for, the longer it takes to get ready.

We've got a website update in the works that will bring Electives to you in the choosing process. I really want to share it with you. Unfortunately, as we test the handful of common browsers out there, we find we have more work to do. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Chrome don't have sensitivities to wheat, sugar or dairy, but they do behave differently when you feed them Javascript, CSS and AJAX.

I still have some general tidying to do as well.

Once again I am reminded of just how long and difficult it can be to get something ready. I imagine the same can be true if you're new to homeschooling or have several students and are considering your options. With all the variables you need to keep in mind, picking the best homeschool resources can be difficult. If you'd like to chat with a homeschool mom who has "been there and done that" before you purchase your curriculum, please don't hesitate to contact a of Sonlight homeschool Advisor.

How was your 4th of July? What variables make getting ready difficult for you?

 ~Luke Holzmann
Filmmaker, Writer, Empty Nester

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2 Responses to Getting Ready

  1. We didn't do much for the Fourth of July. The embassy's celebration was canceled because nobody was willing to step up and take charge of the organizing.

    A variable that makes getting ready difficult for me is the lack of timely communication. I usually don't find out about things until a day or two before they happen. Even the newspapers here generally announce cultural events here only after they are already completed.

  2. Luke says:

    That would make things difficult, Chris! Communication and information are essential to getting stuff done.

    ~Luke

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