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Do You Like Green Eggs And Ham?

Abby, coming back in the house from checking for eggs, with a big grin on her face:

Momma? Do you like green eggs and ham?

Green Eggs

Can you guess my reply?

I do! I like them Sam I Am!




Homeschooling In The Holler: Some Things We’ve Learned Recently

The largest denomination of United States currency ever printed is the $100,000 bill.

It takes a large Orb Weaver spider about 45 minutes to spin a web.

Orb Weaver Spider

Orb Weaver Spider

At almost 42 years old, Mommy (that’s me!) can still do the bear walk  -but not a head stand. (We won’t even go into cartwheels –tried that at 31 and threw my back out.)

Peppers get hotter when they’re roasted!

A fox’s bark sounds like a cross between a coyote and a wild turkey.

Chickens can lay different shaped eggs! We’ve found tiny ones the size of a pea and big ones the size of a turkey egg (that had to hurt), but this is a first:

Strange shaped chicken egg