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Posted on Mar 27, 2013

Photo Of The Week- World Schooling Delight, Sihanoukville, Cambodia

Photo Of The Week- World Schooling Delight, Sihanoukville, Cambodia

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  1. This is way too funny. As I am her with orazi while is between breaking down from his Hebrew lesson and trying to pick up himself from crying in the room for the past 15 minutes (of fame), I get the notification in the inbox about this post. And there he is, even in the same shirt, next to me and on the monitor in the same attitude about the schooling.

    • the joy of educating your own children love. ah, the joy

  2. Awww – it looks like he has worn himself out by studying too hard!! 😀

    • yes poor dear. :-) sooooo soul-lifting to see you again my love.

      • I am always “here” and hold your family in my thoughts and heart. My mum is back in hospital so a lot of time is spent travelling to visit then resting before the next long drive xx

        • i’m so happy you are with us, keeping us safe with your prayers and love. may your mother feel her best love, and my you find the strength to be your highest, most beautiful self. we love you wendy… all these miles away.

  3. Dear Orazi,
    Would you like to be adopted by our lovely unschooling family? Just let me know if you want me to report your parents to the authorities-they don’t have a leg to stand on!

    Lots of love, late nights and no chores

    The Murrish Family.x

    • Dear Mrs. Murrish,

      Thank you so much for the kind offer. Obviously, you and your spouse know how to truly respect and raise children, whereas my parents are desperately struggling in this department. As I am quite worn out from traveling the globe and having to go to bed on time and an unrealistic amount of chores, I would greatly enjoy to take you up on your kind offer. FYI: I do require an allowance, back scratches, a safe place to throw things and do other boy things, and ample time to pick my nose in peace and quiet. I also thrive off of french fries and sugar. Please let me know which flight to get on from Country Number 11 and know that you will be, I’m sure, paying for the flight.

      Thank you for recognizing the dire peril and desperation of my current situation and coming to my rescue. Clearly, if they had only two children to abuse, the cost of their trip would be lessened and my parents would be overjoyed.

      Thank you


  4. I can’t even count how many times I have seen my students do the same thing :)

    • hysterical and so touching so expressive they can be. how that lesson, that concept can make it truly the end of the world. :-)


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