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Our ice storm, Eugene Onegin, getting ready to ski Lech, and learning some German


On Friday much of the East Coast was walloped by a big snowstorm, but here in Raleigh, we got mostly sleet and freezing rain. It left a treacherous coating of ice on the roads. 418 more words

Photography

February will be here before you know it!

         A little something for everyone! 

We have a couple of great events lined up for February, and we have room for a couple more! First up is our third Comedy Night. 166 more words

Norristown

TRANSLATION — Level 1, Unit 1, Lesson 1

Level 1, Unit 1, Lesson 1

KEY:
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1.1.1 Vocabulary 610 more words

Hiragana

Boom! Shake The Room - The Jonny Sharples Diaries Part 3 #FM16

I’ll be honest, this isn’t the start I had in mind when I wanted to become a football manager. Norbert, my assistant manager, is either dead or he’s an international man of mystery, the fans despise me and I’m still struggling with the language. 1,210 more words

Football Manager

The British Museum Opened on This Date

On this date in 1759, the British Museum opened. The famed Rosetta Stone, which provided scholars the key to modern understanding of Egyptian hieroglyphs, is one of the most visited exhibits.

Historical Texts

Ich lerne Deutsch zu sprechen. (I am learning to speak German)

So I decided to add one more thing to my plate! Actually, I have been wanting to do this for a very loooooooong time. When I was accepted to my high school, in 1998, I had to pick a foreign language, German was one of them. 332 more words

Why We Don't Love Rosetta Stone (but we still use it daily)

We purchased our Rosetta Stone software in 2011, almost 5 years ago. Our favorite-homeschool-curriculum-company-ever, Sonlight, was having a fantastic sale that we couldn’t pass up, especially after hearing so many fantastic things about their program. 497 more words

Homeschool