A cool front blew in last night and brought rain with it. We won't make it out of the 60's today. How fitting, considering that I just dropped off the second of my two college students at school yesterday. Fall is coming. In a week or two our home school will kick off its last round of junior high as Evan starts sixth grade. Church activities, choir practices, and a busier work schedule will begin in earnest. Another summer, and the memories it generated, will be boxed up, tied with twine, and placed on the shelf next to all the rest. It was a good one.
Speaking of college kids, here's number two. This is how I left her yesterday, boxes still sealed, bed unmade. She is quite capable of fixing her room up the way she wants it, and I wanted to get back home at a reasonable hour.
Here she is with her new roommate, who is also a writer.
I think it's going to be a great year. She is taking more classes in the humanities and fewer in the sciences. Math is done. Hurray!
Oh, and before she left she wrote this. She is a smart one, that girl.
In other news, Phillip is preparing for another trip to Africa in November. He'll get a day-long layover in Paris, poor dear. This, his fourth trip, will be to the Lutheran seminary CLET (, in Dapaong, Togo.
I have a few more articles in the queue over at The Federalist. They're on homeschooling and education. Imagine that. :-)
Our tomatoes are almost ready.