I think some of it (spelling, grammar, punctuation, etc) come from auto-correct features. Or the lack of them (I live by the spell checker). LOL
Pagan kids- I'm not sure what to say. Ummmm. LOL :) Let's see. We recite the "verse of the month" from the book Be Blest each morning before homeschool. We sing a blessing over dinner (from the Waldorf tradition, it's the "blessings on the blossom/blessings on the fruit/blessings on the leaf and stem/blessings on the root" I think you can hear it here maybe?). At night, after shower/teeth/jammies, we turn off the lights and light three candles on the nature table... we sing our evening verse, each kiddo blows out one candle, and they go straight to bed (where dh reads them a story and leaves them with one of the Putamayo's world music discs playing).
Then I try and work our spirituality into daily life... so I'll ask one of the girls to sprinkle the rosemary and salt into the mopping water and mention WHY as she does it (purification, to remove energetic as well as physical grime, etc). Or I'll remind Tor to stir the cake batter in a clockwise direction to bring blessings into the food. Or talk about washing away "ickies" in the shower, or using grounding/centering to release energy during a tantrum. Or ask the kiddos to take the offerings out to the earth altar in back (during warm weather, I set aside a little of our food/drink before each meal as an offering... just a crumb and a drop or two, it goes into a bowl over the stove and I take it out if the weather is bad, or the kids take it out to the earth altar if the weather is good). Oh, and we have an earth altar out back and a nature table/family altar inside. The outside altar is at the foot of a tree where a root makes a sort of "hole into the earth". There is a small copper bowl set into the ground, the natural hole into the underworld, and the tree reaching up into the sky. It's next to the spot where we have our monthly spiral so I usually put a candle in the copper bowl during the spiral to mark one of the directions. Inside we have the nature table where the kids put their stuff... little wooden animals, pinecones or nuts or stones from walks, bits of fluff or sparkle they find, and so on. Then there is the family nature table/family altar where I keep the candles and "delicate" stuff that I want out but not "played with". There are two other altars in the house... a more "formal" altar on top of the piano (our seasonal offering bowl, our smaller offering bowl, statues, divination tools, important books, the whole "shrine" package) that changes with the holy days. And a tiny pocket altar next to my nursing chair with a few mother/child icons, my kitchen tarot cards, and a few meditation/quote books. Ooops, I lie. The kids have an altar of sorts in their room... they have little alpaca wool sleep angels/fairies, night lights shapes like toadstools and candles (from Target), and things they have added or made (like grapevine dream-catchers or feathers from the chickens).
work- so far so good. just really tired... the work itself is fun, the people are fun... some of it is stressful just because there are gaps between learning/doing (I learn something on Thursday, but it's a full week before I put it into practice and when it's on my own a bit lol). Mostly it's just a matter of living with less sleep. I'm up at 5am and not home from work till 8pm. So it's a looooong day on those days!