Christmas Break 2021
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Announcements/Christmas Break 2021
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The forum will take a restful break for Christmas from December 18 until January 1.  Our other social media will break from December 18 until January 8.  (January 1 is Charlotte Mason's birthday.  January 8 allows us to break during Orthodox Christmas, which is later than the western Christmas.)  During this time you will be able to view posts but not make them.

May you and your family experience the peace of Christ during this Christmas season!
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Will there be a Christmas party?
I always seem to miss it anyway :-( 
But I’d like to put it in my calendar just in case!
Sandy
Hopeful mama to 3 dd -- 20 (graduate!), 17 (12th gr) & 15 (9th gr) -- currently dipping our toe into full-time classical private school.
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A day or two before, isn't it?
Kathy 
For we are God’s handiwork, recreated in Christ Jesus, that we may do those good works which God predestined for us, that we should walk in them.
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What is the Christmas party?
Second generation homeschooler. Grateful to my Father for the privilege of educating my children at home. Thankful for his longsuffering when homeschooling sneaks up onto the pedestal to become my idol.
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(11-30-2021, 08:44 AM)Sandy O Wrote: Will there be a Christmas party?
I always seem to miss it anyway :-( 
But I’d like to put it in my calendar just in case!

Start it yourself whenever you think it's not too early [cheesy grin]
Claire - Tasmanian mum sharing one of God's garden beds with four other 'Son-flowers' - DH (husband of 21 years), Little Bear  (DS 16yo, AO Year 10 - not so little any more [:P cheesy, cheesy!] ), Miss Muffet (DD 15 yo, AO Year 10) and Mouse (DS 12yo, AO Year 6).
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(11-30-2021, 08:44 AM)Sandy O Wrote: Will there be a Christmas party?
I always seem to miss it anyway :-( 
But I’d like to put it in my calendar just in case!

Start it yourself whenever you think it's not too early [cheesy grin]
Claire - Tasmanian mum sharing one of God's garden beds with four other 'Son-flowers' - DH (husband of 21 years), Little Bear  (DS 16yo, AO Year 10 - not so little any more [:P cheesy, cheesy!] ), Miss Muffet (DD 15 yo, AO Year 10) and Mouse (DS 12yo, AO Year 6).
"A child of any age should be a well-read person for his age." - Charlotte Mason
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Announcements/RE: Christmas Break 2021
(11-30-2021, 12:10 AM)lklivingston Wrote: [Image: AOChristmasPost.jpg]

The forum will take a restful break for Christmas from December 18 until January 1.  Our other social media will break from December 18 until January 8.  (January 1 is Charlotte Mason's birthday.  January 8 allows us to break during Orthodox Christmas, which is later than the western Christmas.)  During this time you will be able to view posts but not make them.

May you and your family experience the peace of Christ during this Christmas season!

I'm glad to see the extension to Jan 8 in consideration of Orthodox Christmas. Those of us celebrating on the 25th should probably take more time off than we do (why do we often go-go-go so much that we forget to contemplate and truly celebrate the greatest gift?), and certainly the Advisory and Moderators are entitled to the longer forum break.
"How easy it is to fly on paper wings!"  (Helen Keller)
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(11-30-2021, 02:00 PM)HannahA Wrote: What is the Christmas party?

This was really strange to me when I first joined the Forum, and it merits explanation. The Christmas party is a virtual one. People post holiday greetings and what they would bring to a party or do at a party, snacks, games, etc., if it were an actual party. It's kind of neat to get an idea of other people's traditions, and maybe even ask for a recipe.
"How easy it is to fly on paper wings!"  (Helen Keller)
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Merry Christmas! See you in two weeks.
Kathy 
For we are God’s handiwork, recreated in Christ Jesus, that we may do those good works which God predestined for us, that we should walk in them.
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Merry Christmas everyone! May God bless you all!
Mom of 5 boys and a baby girl 
2 AO graduates!  Currently working through years 9, 3 & 1.  
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