In my last blog post, I told you I don’t have goals; I have priorities. While some think this is just an issue of semantics, I differ. Goals are an end. Once met, it’s over. For me to have goals means I must complete it. A goal can become so Read More ….
The 2:1 Conference is an annual event for Christian homeschool bloggers. It’s unique because it’s small enough to create a community and large enough to expand our blogs. I was thrilled to be among the sponsors, along with Melinda Martin Publishing and Design Service, of the conference. It was so much fun Read More ….
I hate using images in social media and my blog posts. Well, maybe “hate” is a little strong. “Experts” tell me I need an image with every blog post, every social media post, every e-mail I write. O.K. Maybe I’m going overboard. I’m not against pretty pictures, or even witty Read More ….
What a surprise to find a notice that I had been given the Liebster Award by fellow blogger Beth from Classes by Beth. My first reactions was “Is this some kind of spam deal?” (Sorry, Beth.) Since the notice wasn’t from a foreign country with a strange-sounding name, I thought Read More ….
This post contains affiliate links. Congratulations to Becky Liscombe, the winner of the gift card. Merry Christmas, Homeschool Mom!! Today, we’re kicking off a week of Homeschool Giveaways in a BIG way. After polling thousands of homeschool moms to find out what they really wanted for Christmas, I still couldn’t decide Read More ….
I’m not a fan of a single sentence on a website that says “Under Construction.” I thought about “Remodeling,” which is what is going on. Really, though, what’s going on here is “Re-direction.” Due circumstances that I saw coming, but hope wouldn’t, I making changes. God is redirecting my focus. Read More ….
Pete sure had a lot to say this morning. As I said my good mornings to Shana, Georgia, Hope, and Mabel, Pete hollered repeatedly letting me that he was there also — “Please, please. I’m over here. Pay attention to me.” During all the ruckus, Maggie, Daisy, and Molly just Read More ….
Change is not around the corner. It’s here. For me, at least. 2014 has been a year of trying on the new, rejecting what didn’t fit, and moving on. It has also been a year of finally saying some things just don’t fit any more. I think I’ve found the Read More ….
How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare Ken Ludwig The only experience many of us have had with William Shakespeare’s plays and poetry is feeble attempts to read through the iambic pentameter and memorizing certain speeches. Few of us have attended a Shakespearean play because of those not-so-memorable attempts in high Read More ….
Last year “Read an E-book Month” was declared in Canada with special focus on “Read an E-book Week.” While researching the special month, I found that Read an E-book Week was first registered in 2004. I can see why it was started. In 2004 I was still adamant that I wouldn’t read e-books Read More ….