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Please Don't Drink The Holy Water! - Homeschool Days, Rosary Nights, And Other Near Occasions Of Sin

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Catalog Code: 9781928832195

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Please Don't Drink The Holy Water!

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“If heaven’s a banquet, will I have to do dishes?”

That’s all Catholic mom Susie Lloyd wants to know. Marriage and motherhood have taught her the rest, including the things that are most important in life: “Metaphysical realities like the existence of God can get along without my help. Cleaning the bathroom can’t.”

Homeschooling her kids has left Susie wise beyond her years: she’s learned why piis square instead of round, and searched out the best places to buy a cow’s eyeball for the science fair. “In fact,” she says, “Socrates had it easy. His students never interrupted him to go to the bathroom or ask when lunch was.”

Susie’s husband is always there to support her: “Greg tells me education would have no purpose if kids didn't start out ignorant. He seems to think that will keep me from strangling them.”

Yet she’s always patient, even when strangers gawk at her and her five daughters and ask: “Are they all yours?”, “Are you done yet?”, “Don’t you have a TV?”

Susie tells them that raising five girls isn’t really so hard (at least not until they’re teenagers). After all, “Daughters don't have the same needs as sons. They can live for days on hors d’oeuvres.

So come along for a ride in Susie’s full-size van as she faces the trials of Family Rosary and tangles with snide education experts, gruff confessors, and relatives who tell her it’s time to wake up and join the “real world.”

But Susie’s already in the Real World: a happy Catholic family on its way to heaven!

Read an excerpt.

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This item received 5 stars overall. How to be a Catholic homeschooling parent and enjoy it anyway

If you have ever thought of homeschooling your kids but were afraid to, you should read this book.  It will dispel all the mythical fears you have and replace them with real fears.  I say that with all optimism.  Susie Lloyd lays out the challenges of a Catholic homeschooling family of 5 daughters with satirical wit and motherly earnest.

Gone is the notion of an isolated, backwards, Amish-like microcosm.  So too is the hope of a blissful garden full of Little Flowers.  In their place is the flesh and blood story of two serious Catholics trying to get to Heaven and bring their brood with them.  Ever-present are the warnings of ‘They’ and the ‘Real World&rsqu Full Review...

This item received 5 stars overall. A great and funny read for any mom, homeschooling or not!

"Please Don't Drink The Holy Water (homeschool days, rosary nights, and other near occasions of sin)" written by Susie Lloyd, published by Sophia Institute Press. "Please Don't Drink The Holy Water" is absolutely the funniest book I have read in a long time! Mrs. Lloyd will have you rolling on the floor and at the same time wondering if she has been watching through your living room windows.
Mrs.Lloyd's book is completely relatable with chapters like; The Top Ten Things That Resist Societal Change, The T.V. Starved Family, My Other Car Is A Home School Bus, Family Prayer: An Occasion of Sin, and Family Vacations (and other ways to punish your kids). You will find your self laughing out loud for the mere fact that what she has written happened to you just yesterday. Mrs. Loyd talks about the struggles that Catholic Full Review...

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