I repost this, now and then. Today’s the day…. Today would have been my mom’s birthday. She would have been 84. Life was hard when my mom was a kid. People had very little in the way of excess. She told us of having only three outfits: one for church, one for school, and oneContinue reading “September 28th”
Okay, how about a look at what success in home schooling really IS? The first axiom is: The commitment is to your child, in obedience to the Lord. Forget excuses about having tried; it is about your child and God. It is a sober-minded decision to do the right thing with the children He hasContinue reading “Do NOT Try Homeschool – Part 3”
It happened during our tiny tornado that passed over us and never did a bit of damage except for felling one oak tree in the woods. We saw the clouds coming. We knew the predicted danger was upon us. Watching it was like watching time-lapse photography. I’ve never seen clouds approach so fast. We were ready.Continue reading “She Came Crying, Begging, and Trembling…”
How did I know? How did I find the man of my dreams? As if looking for an outfit that I could not imagine, I told myself, “I’ll know him when I see him.” I hoped I was right. The first time I saw him, he was sitting down. I was standing up, and IContinue reading “How to Find Your True Love!”
Are there ever enough daffodils?
Today is National Peanut Butter Day? So they say. Well I decided to share with you my connection to the lowly peanut, and the butter we make from it. Forty-five years ago (tomorrow!) I acquired a wonderful, brand new husband. Never looked back. However, it wasn’t long before we were sharing a tad of morningContinue reading “In Honor of the Peanut Butter Thing…”
Found an amazingly helpful post today at one of the curriculum providers we discuss on this site! I totally wish we’d known all this about two months ago! Hope you enjoy! “Because printing is central to the use of the Robinson Curriculum I know a lot of you have questions as to which printer wouldContinue reading “Big Money-Saver!”