While much of the country is buried in snow and suffering below zero temperatures with all the perils that accompany such conditions, I should be counting my blessings, right? Well I often count my blessings, and I'm glad I'm not in those parts of the country, never-the-less, grumbling is my right this time of year.
I am one of those miserable people who suffer with SAD. SAD stands for seasonal affected disorder, a condition caused by low sunlight. I live in Southern Oregon, a wonderful place most of the year, but usually for a number of weeks during the winter we live in unrelenting fog. FOG is not good if you have SAD! In addition to causing depression and despair, it is also cold and damp. You may have gathered I am not a happy camper right now.
I was looking at some homeschool blogs this morning and found a terrific blog with a recommendation for help with teaching your child to read. Go to http://thepioneerwoman.com:80/homeschooling/ and read the post for 1/13/09. You don't have to homeschool to be interested in helping your child learn to read.
What kind of weather are you having?