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Lord of the Rings Character Championship Bracket: Round 2

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BREAKING NEWS: We had a tie this week!  Frodo and Eowyn are moving into overtime.  Vote here (April 1 only)!

Round 1 in the Lord of the Rings Championship Bracket is complete.  Respectfully, Joshua, I believe that first round was rather easy, the Arwen controversy notwithstanding.  πŸ˜‰ Round 2 and on?  We might have some tears…

Homeschool, Literary Bracket, Lord of the Rings, Round 2

You can find find Round 1, Part 1 here.  Round 1, Part 2 is here along with the character quote printable!

Who will move on to Round 3 next week?  You get to decide!  Cast your votes in the polls below, and share with your friends.

Make sure you’re following Humility and Doxology on Facebook for our weekly live bracket breakdown videos!

This week’s video:

LOTR Bracket: Round 2

Tolkien Polls Round 2: https://wp.me/p9BrK1-el{I love how he just takes over my blog…guess that's partnership and collaboration at work }

Posted by Humility And Doxology on Monday, March 25, 2019

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Hi, I'm glad you're here! A friend took a spontaneous family photo for us after church yesterday, so it seemed like the perfect time to get to know you all a bit better. My name is Amy, wife to John, and mom to 5 kids from almost-4 to almost-14 (we're in birthday season, so all the ages are shifting). I'm a 2nd-generation, restfully classical, and a-little-bit-eclectic homeschooler whose educational philosophy is defined by Humility and Doxology. πŸ“š #BooksAreMyLoveLanguage and book lists might be my superpower. I don't really believe in too much coffee or too many books. Shakespeare, Homer, Jane Austen, Hamilton the Musical, picture books, poetry, murder mysteries, and 90s country music make me happy. β˜• My hope rests securely upon a Life I did not live. The Gospel gets me more excited than anything else! πŸ’• Humility: education, as all of life, is repenting of our self-sufficiency and recognizing our need for a Savior. We don't actually know everything. The more we learn and grow in wisdom, the more we realize this. I want to raise kids who grow up to be humble listeners, not arrogant jerks. 🌱 Doxology: Praise! Wonder! Joy! Delight! Humility doesn't make us grumpy. It equips us to rejoice and relish all the glorious things we learn, in particular as they enable us to see the glory of God more clearly. My kids will tell you that I get *super* excited about pretty much anything. πŸ“š At HumilityandDoxology.wordpress.com we love to delve into the profound, the silly, the intriguing, the challenging, and the practical. You’ll find ideas for educating your children. You’ll find tidbits for personal growth and personal entertainment and fun. You'll find videos and dramatic poetry recitations. You might see a silly meme or two, or learn about my newest favorite made-up recipe. You will definitely find lists and lists of good books! . πŸ“š Tell me a little bit about yourself! Do you have a favorite author (or 2 or 12)? What booklist are you most hoping I'll create this year?

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Lord of the Rings Character Championship Bracket, Homeschool, Literature, Delight Driven Learning


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Amy Sloan and her husband, John, are second-generation homeschoolers by grace alone to 5 children ages 4, 7, 9, 12, and 14. Their educational philosophy is one of humility and doxology, and follows primarily a classical approach. Amy loves coffee, and starts getting nervous if the stack of to-be-read library books beside her bed is less than 2 feet tall. Get her started on Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Homer, or Hamilton the Musical and it might be hard to get her to stop. Mostly, though, she gets really excited about the Gospel. The Sloan family adventures in North Carolina.

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