But, I only need one year of Latin…

I received this comment:
Hi – I was getting ready to register my son for Henle 3 class and I understand it is $25 a month, but when I was checking out it said my card would be charged once a month, 36 times? I do not understand this? Would a year be 12 times? or Is it that I need to cancel the subscription when he is finished next May/June? Thanks!
Here is my reply:

You can cancel anytime.  I have set payments up to end at the end of three years.  Most of my students stick around with me for three years, at least.  Those who stick around for a fourth, fifth, or sixth year, get to attend classes for free.  I like to reward long-term students.
This article explains my thinking: https://dwanethomas.com/before-you-cancel/

Olde English…

Lately, I’ve been tinkering around with Old English.  This is something I have wanted to learn for a long time.

I’ll be reviewing a book I’ve been reading on the subject this coming Friday.

Meanwhile, pronunciation has been a bit of a problem for me.

I went looking around on YouTube.  Surely, someone there could help.  After wading through some pure boredom, I finally found this.

A bit dramatic in places, but very, very helpful with pronunciation.  If you have ever wondered what Old English sounded like, check this out:

A rare Sunday post…

I never post on Sundays, because… six days shall you work, and all that.

But, I wanted to let everyone know that we are throwing a party.  We want to show our gratitude to the creator, who, for some reason, preserved the life of our son.  We know he didn’t have to.  On our way home from Colorado, we passed many crosses on the side of the road.  We don’t know why Jackson’s life was preserved, but we are very thankful that it was.

That said, if you are in Franklin, Tennessee this Tuesday… come help us celebrate at Jim Warren Park.

Naturally, we will be celebrating with gourmet popsicles from the amazing Las Paletas in Franklin. 5:30ish to 8:00ish.

Trying to count the people, so if you know you will be there, please let me know.  If you do not let me know, there will not be enough popsicles.  I may not get one.  Some lines shouldn’t be crossed.  I will never, ever forgive you.

– Dwane

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