An advantage of living in Los Angeles is being able to experience something like the Lady Washington out on the open ocean (sorry Denver, sorry Dallas, sorry Atlanta).
And, another advantage of living in Los Angeles is being able to do this in short sleeves in December (sorry Chicago, sorry New York, sorry Boston).
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Whatever education choice you make (public school, private school, or home school) make time with your kids - or nieces or nephews, or little brother or sister. Or, if you're an adult without children or extended - get involved with kids in your church or in your community - or a program like Big Brothers Big Sisters. The years go by very quickly!
A final view of some of our homeschool friends - they all look like they're saying "arg".
Thought it would be good to dig and find some photos I've never posted (feel like the last few months, I've relied too much on other people's photos or video clips). I still have a few of my own from our five year adventure living in Los Angeles.
I told a friend that I'd stop posting when I ran out of photos from our time there. Still have a few more left - but getting towards the bottom of the barrel. Mostly, now, it's a time issue. I'd rather be spending time with my 13 and 15 year olds, rather than posting photos. But, of course, it's fun to take a few minutes and post something from a few years back.
And now, back to work ...