Though it seems as if the season came and went, Dad and the oldest took what should be the final two college visits earlier this spring. This trip actually came on the heels of the Titus 2:1 Conference in Washington, D.C., and after I headed home, those two kept traveling north to look at a […]
As I posted in my highlights for February post, in addition to the busy-ness of home life and homeschool, we are also in full swing with the process of helping our oldest make a decision regarding where she’ll spend the next several years once she leaves our home. You can see our first college visit here. […]
“What college was that?” AJ inquired. Honestly, Washington University at St. Louis was nowhere on our radar screen. We’d not heard much about this school, though I knew it was mentioned in the same breath as Rice, Northwestern, and other universities with which we are more familiar. St. Louis was not what you’d call a […]
Shopping for back-to-school supplies? The sales ads will attempt to sell you everything except the kitchen sink as a back-to-school necessity. Here are my thoughts on some intangibles for parents of homeschooled high schoolers, published at Heart of the Matter Online. Be blessed.
I cannot believe how fast this summer has gone. It feels as if we only recently stopped meeting around the table during the afternoons! Days go by and I look at the practically empty planners that I was so excited about when they arrived on last week; I can’t help but wonder if my hesitation […]