How Homeschooling Can Heal

Yes, I am still here. Life has been extremely busy in the last few months, and blogging has taken the appropriate back seat to managing a home and all the associated caps that come with it. If we skip to the highlight reel, We survived Halloween (we’re not celebrators). Thank goodness it was unseasonably cold, […]

Addressing Diversity in Homeschooling–is there any Strength in Unity?

I love how God sends His people forward without revealing it all, but instead, with a simple command: “go.” ‘The Lord had said to Abram, “Go from your country, your people and your father’s household to the land I will show you.” (Genesis 12:1, NIV) The Lord then allows Jacob just a peek into his […]

The 2018-2019 School Year: “Bleh” can be a Good Thing

  Bleh: an expression of boredom                                                                                                   […]

“We Homeschool Too” series: When Mom is in School

My continued post on “Raising our Daughters” is in the queue, such that it is (lol), but there was such a positive response to the first of the “We Homeschool, Too” series posts until I thought introducing the next guest might be higher priority. I was thrilled at the numbers of women who were encouraged […]

Business is Booming and Blooming in Spring

I sure hate Puxatony Phil saw his shadow. I am soooooo ready for spring. Even though we had some desperately needed winter weather (for the sake of killing bugs), everything around here looks dead and lifeless. I want to see “green.” I am doing my part, as I wait, to “birth” some things, too. So […]