Weekend Web Wandering 2017 – Vol. 3

Lots of great link-age today that I’ve been saving for a few weeks, so let’s get started!
weekly links round-up


  • I considered listing this one under “Loving” but I decided this category worked better. Because I learned a lot just reading this article. Music, Composers, Secret Codes, oh my! Breaking Elgar’s Enigma by Daniel Estrin in New Republic.
  • What to Say When Your Students Fall in Love by Joshua Gibbs at CiRCE. (Side note: I fell in love with my husband when I was in highschool and here we are lo, these twenty years later. Sometimes it IS forever, and no, I’m not comparing the love I felt when I was sixteen to the love I live and breathe now.)
  • The Best Kept Secret of Homeschooling by Brandy at Afterthoughts. I don’t know that this is a secret, but yes, it’s true.
  • Teaching Discernment: Bad Words in Books by Betsy at Redeemed Reader. Discernment is a lost art. I think I have more to say on this subject, but that will probably have to wait for another blog post.



From Living Unabridged

What caught your eye this week?

Presidents Day Weekend Deals

Free Presidents’ Day Notebooking Pages from NotebookingPages.com.

Maestro Classics are on sale this week – great deals on the entire set or individual CDs, plus free shipping!

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