Joy In Christ

  • "Christ came to bring joy; joy to children, joy to parents, joy to families and friends, joy to the sick and elderly, joy to all humanity. In a true sense Joy is the keynote message of Christianity, and the recurring motif of the Gospels. Go therefore and become messengers of joy." -Pope John Paul II

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March 31, 2007

Comments

Jenn Miller

What a lovely day. You can see it on their faces how happy they are!

MaryM

It sounds like an awesome nature day. What great ambassadors you guys were for the homeschooling lifestyle. BTW, we just read a very informative book that would go great with your duck trail - Ducks Don't Get Wet http://www.amazon.com/Ducks-Dont-Get-Augusta-Goldin/dp/0064451879 It has a couple great experiments in the back to illustrate how ducks stay dry.

Michaela Mckinney

Mary, you're absolutely right about the book Ducks Don't Get Wet. I didn't realize how much we'd learn from just that one book. It's very hard to tell from the photo, but it's laying down in front of the fold-n-learn. Perfect for a duck unit.

MaryM

Yup - I see it now. I see we have similar taste in unit studies - but I already knew that!

Jennifer

What a great day! I'm all inspired to get our Nature Notebooks out and actually sketch something in them. We've become awfully good about carrying them around, next step is to actually apply paint to paper, I guess! LOL!

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Joy Quotes

  • Joy is very infectious; therefore, be always full of joy.~~~Joy is a net of love by which you can catch souls. A joyful heart is the inevitable result of a heart burning with love. ~Mother Teresa

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