How Planners Can Change Your (Homeschool) Life

“Holding thoughts in your head is like trying to grasp water.”  Ryder Carroll   There are tons of memes that mock all the collections of a homeschooling family: insects, feathers, animals of all kinds, eggs, markers, beans—and those are the “tamer” sets of would-be science and math knick knacks.   I don’t know that I’ve seen a […]

A New Year, A Great Big THANK YOU

I chose to take a break from social media for a week to quiet myself from all the noise.  I simply want to hear clearly from the Father with as few interruptions as possible.    With a quiet spirit, I have been able to enter that point of introvert heaven, aka a time of reflection.  It […]

A Different Season of Thanks

We have a lot to be thankful for this year.  Though we have had to deal with familial illnesses, financial stretching, and the occasional hiccup of life that throws us all out of kilter, 2016 will end as yet another year on the freeway.   We have grown spiritually and emotionally, and we continue to […]

Gardening as Homeschool Enrichment

Normally, most people type a gardening post during early spring or summer.   But for many across the country, the weather has been such that beginner gardening might be most appropriate!   If nothing else, you can file this one and refer to it again next spring. We began gardening after my FIL insisted that […]

Digging a Legacy: Our Vegetable Garden, Spring 2015

I can vividly remember the start of our annual vegetable garden years ago.   I wish that there was a more inspiring story to tell, but the truth is that my father-in-law wanted our youngest to have a garden.   I am embarrassed to say that at the time, my husband and I thought of […]

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