Stuff We Like :: 11.20.18

 Books, links, and more stuff that's inspiring my homeschool life right now

The holidays are here — Hanukkah kicks off this weekend (even though we’re still working through the Thanksgiving leftovers), Jason’s birthday is next week, classes end the week after that, and then it’s all blissfully blank calendar pages through the middle of January. I am looking forward to reading Hannah Arendt with my best friend, recording the lectures for our Victorian semester, finally cleaning up my office, and spending lots and lots of time with my lovely little family. I hope you have much joy in the works, too.

WHAT’S HAPPENING AT HOME/SCHOOL/LIFE

LINKS I LIKED


THINGS I DIDN’T KNOW BUT NOW I DO


WHAT’S MAKING ME HAPPY

  • The art projects my students made connecting two Enlightenment era literary works

  • My dog’s holiday sweater

  • My new cat socks (Now I’m not even mad at the dryer for eating all my other socks!)

  • Sufganiyot (You should make these even if you’re not celebrating Hanukkah this weekend! Most people make them with raspberry jam, which is great, but I always make one batch with red currant jelly because that is my favorite.)

  • This calendar 

  • It’s reading by the fire season! (We’re reading Good Omens so we can all watch the series together.)



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