Web Find … Thursday?

Sorry ladies and gents who’ve been waiting anxiously for their Wednesday dose of “Web Find Wednesday”…MamaJ’s a bit late.  I’m blaming it on the pregnancy brain, I can’t keep track of what day of the week it is anymore.  Anyway, a little bit late, but here you go.

1. Something You’ve Probably Already Watched

There’s a great video of Will Smith reuniting with Alfonso Ribeiro circulating around.  I am actually old enough to have watched Fresh Prince back when it originally aired so…. this is as epic as seeing Leonard Nimoy in the new Star Trek movies, or really anytime Leonard Nimoy shows up in anything.

Ok . . . maybe not that epic.  But still pretty awesome (and hilarious!).

2. Something You Probably Haven’t Watched

I have no words for this, and I apologise, but this song WILL get stuck in your head.  Just do yourself a favor and watch all the way to the end.  There’s some amazing dance moves you don’t want to miss.

3.  Something You Can Read!!

Rebecca Frech, fellow blogger over at Shoved to Them, and online friend of mine just published a book called Teaching in Your Tiara.  As my son has been approaching school-age I’ve been considering homeschooling, but I’ve been pretty overwhelmed about the whole idea, whether it’s right for our family, whether I can do it, where do I even start?  I’ve only just begun reading this book, but if you’ve been thinking about homeschooling at all, I strongly recommend it.  It’s an easy-read, and Rebecca’s voice is down to earth, experienced and funny!  This isn’t your typical homeschooling primer, and if you aren’t one of those super organized, pinterest-crafty, prior background in childhood education kind of moms, this is the perfect book for you.  You can get it on Amazon as an ebook, or your classic paperback!  Check out her blog as well, because it’s also pretty awesome!



Posted on May 30, 2013, in Catholic, Parenting, Web Find Wednesday and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. That. Was. Weird. Video number 2 I mean. Wow.

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