We are on vacation in Florida right now, which is why this post is getting up late today. We spent the morning at the beach, and at Walmart. Sadly, meals still need to be fixed on vacation. 😉 It’s going to be a fun week spent with my sister and her husband (my husband’s brother!), and my mother in law.

I’ll share pictures of our family vacation next week. We get home and start school, which we all have mixed emotions about. I’m working on writing up some review posts on curriculum, and also doing my yearly huge post sharing exactly what we are doing for each school year. A blogger never truly goes on vacation, so I’m enjoying sitting here at the table writing, while the guys play a game by me. 🙂

I love wearing these navy blue earrings, and hope to get a new pair for fall from Nickel & Suede.

I pulled my hair back into a ponytail with a flexi clip (using a size medium clip, most people use an x-small or small size).

Check back on the blog for some school posts this week!

What I Wore

Skirt – Denim skirt from Inherit Company

Top – Striped shirt from ThredUP (Madewell brand)

Sandals – JCPenny

Flexi Clip – Medium Clip from Lilla Rose

Earrings – Nickel & Suede

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10 Comments on Modest Monday and a Link Up!

  1. Have fun on vacation! You look so cute. Those are leather earrings, right? I have some and I love them! They are featherlight!

  2. I can’t wait for your curriculum posts! You always have the best curriculum posts, and I get so many ideas from them!!

    Hope you have a great vacation!

  3. You are brainwashed and you are indoctrinating your children. I am so, so sad for those kids. I hope they learn critical thinking skills as they age, so they can actually think for themselves.

      • What happens if one of your children is gay? Or doesn’t believe in god? Or if they are female – they want a career, no children, and refuse to answer to a man? Are they taught science and evolution? Or are they presented with the Bible as fact? I am not saying to be confrontational. It truly saddens me when children are homeschooled for the sole purpose of indoctrination, because this is often how their parents were raised. It’s a cycle of brainwashing and abuse.

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