Author Archives: Mimi
Hey y’all! Okay, so I’m actually going to write at least once every week. Promise. I already told Jesus, so He’s gonna make sure I get this done. 🙂 Basically, I kinda kicked blogging to the curb in favor of Summer with family (cousins!) and friends, in addition to the amazing, month-and-a-half roadtrip that my … Continue reading
This is part one of the series that I will be writing during this coming week about my experience at the 2014 Washington State Science and Engineering Fair ( WSSEF for short ) that was on April 4-5. It will include the registration process, the judging sessions(lots of fun), introduce some of my new friends, … Continue reading
Happy Laetare Sunday everyone! But what exactly is Laetare Sunday? Laetare Sunday – so named from the first words spoken in the Introit, Laetare Jerusalem (Rejoice, O Jersalem) – is the fourth Sunday in Lent, the middle Sunday. It was set aside to encourage us on the path of Lenten penance, as the Sunday on … Continue reading
Procrastinate: to be slow or late about doing something that should be done : to delay doing something until a later time because you do not want to do it, because you are lazy, etc. Ha! That is exactly what I was doing last week! All last week, I kept complaining that I had missed … Continue reading
Okay, I’ll admit it – I’m not good at typing. I have bad habits of always looking down at the keyboard while I’m typing. See, I’m even doing it now as I type this! Mimi, you will not look at the keyboard. Look up….. 🙂 One of the very few downsides of homeschooling – no … Continue reading
Ah, here I am again! Hey y’all, it’s me, Mimi! Apologies for not writing sooner – normally, I would give you an excuse for my absence, but really, I have no excuse, other than my laziness…….. Anyways, I promise to be better! Have a Blessed Advent!
Okay, so if you don’t hear from me as often during the next couple of months, don’t be alarmed. My family is currently on a 2 1/2 month road trip across the US. I shall be posting about the landmarks we see, and several more topics, plus the Saint of the Week column. You can … Continue reading