Saturday, April 15, 2017

Homeschooling- Part 2

Oh, look! Karyssa is finally doing part two. :P Yes, last month's homeschooling post was a part one (you can find that post here in case you missed it). Having multiple parts to this was pretty much a last minute decision. So there will be at least one more homeschooling post, which I will do next month.


Most of these pictures (which, again, are all from Pinterest) say "homeschool problem" on them, but it's possible that not all homeschoolers will consider these problems.

I feel like a lot of homeschoolers get asked this one (or maybe I only think that because I was asked this so. many. times):

After a while, I stopped giving them an answer and instead just looked at them. I let them figure it out for themselves, and, it never took them very long so... :P

And I probably did that because of this:

I don't even know why I continued asking for help. I mean, I already knew that this is what they would tell me, so what was the point? Maybe I thought that this time, I would be able to get them to help me.
I think there were a couple times they did help me. It wasn't very helpful though. ME: Thank you. You just made it even more confusing than it was before.

I think we can all relate to the next three, or at least the next two:

Just like there is no such thing as a snow day, there is really no such thing as a sick day. *on your deathbed* I gotta do my schoolwork.

When you go to the store with your mom just to have all the other adults stare at you. Then they start walking into shelves and knocking things over because they are still watching you. Just kidding, that has never happened before. :P
What you should do is stand on one of the checkout conveyor belts and pull out a megaphone and say, "Don't worry! I'm not skipping school. I'm homeschooled."

I don't know about the rest of you, but this has actually happened to me. When asked this, just respond with, "Yes, I do. Do you still go to public school?"

When you forget that your friends aren't as fortunate as you:

There have been times when I wondered why my friends weren't online. And for a minute you wonder, "How long does it take them to do their schoolwork?" Then you remember. :P

And, again, here are a couple that I just thought were funny:




So, what about you? Can you relate? Is there one that you relate to more than the others?

9 comments:

  1. Yes I can totally relate!! I really relate when you go to the stores and everybody looks at you funny:)

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    1. Yay! :) Oh my word, walking into stores and having everyone look at you funny was so awkward. :P

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    2. Haha yeah and you just want to get on the loud speaker and be like "no I'm not skipping school I'm homeschooled sorry if everybody thinks that's weird" HAHA:)

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  2. Very funny! My experience was a little different (maybe I should do something like this) but I totally found those pictures funny!

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    1. Haha, thanks! You should totally do something like this! :D (I know that not everyone's homeschool life was like mine. I can just hope that others can relate. :P)

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  3. I. Am. In. Love. Lol. These are all so funny!!! When I was homeschooled these all applied. LOL*double over gasping for breath*

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    1. Thank you so much! I'm glad you liked it! :)

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  4. Ugh, yes, I can relate to this so much. I feared sick days, because I didn't want to get behind on schoolwork, and I feared the questions about homeschooling, because they generally felt tinged with disapproval, and I feared asking for help on math, because that wasn't all that helpful.

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    1. Me too! I didn't like getting behind. I like to stay on top of everything. Duude, same. People always seem to talk about it like it's some kind of disease. Yeah, asking for help with math was just... no. It wasn't helpful at all. :P

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