Time to Sparkle #44

I am so ready to relax and party with you guys tonight!

My youngest son has had a research paper to work on since December I believe.  He has had different parts of it due each week, and we have been trying to finish that up tonight.  Let’s just say 4th graders should not have to do research papers because they just don’t get it.  Just a personal rant there though!!!  We have had a few struggles with him knowing what to actually put down as opposed to copying or just writing because he feels like it.    But it is done now, and all of us are still breathing.  Just kidding :-)  But seriously, no more papers for a while please teachers!

Anyway, now that I have had my daily dose of homework over with, I am ready to see what you have been up to.

Time to Sparkle Tuesday Link Party
Welcome to Time to Sparkle Tuesday Link Party, where you can find all the newest creative ideas from around the web! Stop by every Tuesday, link up your posts, and check out what others are sharing! You’ll discover some amazing new blogs and find inspiration for projects, recipes, and more! This party is hosted by four lovely ladies, so your projects will be shared on ALL FOUR blogs!
Each week we will pick our favorite links as features, and share them on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest!
- Make sure to follow our Time to Sparkle Pinterest Board to see all the amazing features! -
Let’s see what your hosts have been up to this week:
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Here are the fabulous features from last week’s party chosen by Alyssa, The Recipe Critic:
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Time to Sparkle Tuesday Link Party
Now let’s party! It’s Time to Sparkle!

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  1. says

    Glad to hear your son’s home-free with the homework now. I teach 7th and 8th graders and even with that age I’ve got to break down big paper assignments in steps in order to get more than 3% of the class to turn anything in at all. Goodness, your son will be ahead of the game! Thanks for hosting again, Jocelyn!
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