Monday, March 25, 2013

P52: Week 12 around the sun

Twas the week before spring/Pesach vacation and we wound up with a very successful 4 day week. Yes, 4 day, because we had another snow day (mmhmm).  But now it's spring - things are on the up and up (maybe?)

It was a busy and productive week though! The kids stayed so focused moving into vacation and I was beyond productive on my snow day.

Now I am sitting in Oregon savoring the adorableness that is Noam! It is SO good to be with him and the family. We're knee deep in Pesach prep and I am excited to be all together for the holiday. Celebrating with Noam will make it all the more special for sure.

Highlight of the week: flying out to Oregon for Pesach and seeing the look on Noam's face when he saw me at the airport, priceless!

Favorite teaching moment: we started typing up our space reports, the kiddos did so well with learning how to format and work with the information they had gathered - a great way to go into Pesach break. 

Random-osity: I watched the movie, "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen" - so so adorable and so so great! 

**my pics this week (really 14 days worth) are the pictures from the #exodusgram project - prompts to help get one's mind and soul in the holiday spirit
(the ones from Sunday and today I'll add in later!)

Your turn and all the details:
- Post 1 photo or an many as you like each week on Monday.
- The button or text link should be present in your post - but not absolutely necessary. 
- Please visit some other blogs & leave some love & encouragement. 
- Submit the URL of your blog post - not your home page. 
Can't wait to see all your photos each week as we venture through 2012!

Project 52
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10 thoughts on the matter:

Kim said... {Reply}

What a beautiful post! I love the words to describe each image, especially redeeming. Enjoy your time with sweet Noam! He is such a cutie!

Kathy McB said... {Reply}

I love how you did this week's post Tamar. The labels are a brilliant addition. Happy travels :)

Amy S said... {Reply}

what a beautiful week ... and what a great way to re-tell it :) way to go! I have missed P52 :) I will post later today!

Pride In Photos said... {Reply}

I bet it was priceless seeing Noams look on his face when he saw you. There isn't enough money in the world to buy that is there?

Dara said... {Reply}

not sure if Noam is a male of the friend or family type, but I hope you have a wonderful time together!

tinajo said... {Reply}

Tamar, could you change your options in this comment section to include "Name and url"?

Since I´m now blogging at http://tinajoathome.com/
I will soon abandon my blogger name, and then I won´t be able to leave comments here without above mentioned option. I would still like to keep talking to you, so I hope it´s not too much work! :-)

Melissa Bliss Rich said... {Reply}

Great week! I have never been to Oregon. Sounds like an awesome trip! Have fun :)

Unknown said... {Reply}

I love the pictures of simple objects communicating such a beautiful story. So creative, Tamar! ~Sarah of Sarah Hulbert Style

Susan said... {Reply}

This is such a great post Tamar.
I'm so glad you are with Noam. Please note "the family" takes a huge backseat to this little guy.
My faves are those in the 2nd line
Chametz Matzah and especially Cleaning. Don't know why?, just cuz.
Have a great time.
Will try to P52 today. Busy and blogger is being nasty with me.

packmom said... {Reply}

Have fun inn Oregon with your family. What a great way to spend your break. Nice collection of shots. My 3rd grader will be working on his planet project over break. He's writing a report on Saturn and has to do poster too. His older brothers did Mars and Neptune when they were in 3rd grade. I'm glad they all picked different planets.