It’s About Time!

There is, for sure, a certain irony to a post about time when you have not slowed down to update your blog in a number of weeks. Yet, I still like to think I have something to offer to the community about time management, and I was happy to share it with Andrea Jonelle of […]

Preparing Your Teen for College and Life

I have been away for a minute, but I also realize that there is no point in writing less it is inspired by what He has to say. So while I have worked on a post for almost a month now, He sent another word through a different voice. Please enjoy this interview with Jacqueline […]

Before You Buy any Books…

Curriculum. It is the bane of the new homeschool parent’s existence–the decision that would seemingly affect all other decisions, and the conversation piece that dominates the earliest discussions surrounding homeschooling. But there are other decisions that are, believe it or not, more critical than choosing curriculum, from my perspective. In fact, giving some thought to […]

Our Last-Last Year: What 2020-2021 Looks Like

(My subtitle might be “if the Lord’s willin’ and the creek don’t rise…)   In any case, here I am, back again.   I took the requisite time from writing in order to just…be, and to try and make sense of our non-sensical world.  Whatever I wrote during this time would sound shallow, or would […]

Choosing to Find the Good

I can remember our daughter starting her spring break (I should say “our” spring break given that I needed it as much as she did), when the community college announced they would take an extra week as a precautionary move against the spread of the virus. If memory serves, the word “pandemic” had yet to […]