This upcoming school year marks our fourth attempt to homeschool. Over the years, I have shared not only the family discernment ofRead more »
The Fountain of Youth is a spring that is rumored to bring everlasting youth and/or life to those who bathe in or drink from its waters. Read more »
Selecting a curriculum can be a truly overwhelming task each year for homeschooling mothers. So many times I have said to myself,Read more »
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A Typical Photo from a Gay Pride Parade
I believe that the cultural battles today are a direct result of aRead more »
Education, for as long as I can remember, had been presented to me as a gradual progression of levels to be completed in a very particularRead more »
I learned many things when I was in a junior in college and in my first year at the College of Education. I took many classes and gained aRead more »
It’s daunting to think about schooling many children, all different age ranges, in a busy house.
It takes a bit of creative thinking but itRead more »
The two lifelong friends chatted in the booth of the Sweet Basil Diner, with their mothers and siblings, anticipating waffles and chocolateRead more »
Who doesn’t love cooking inspiration? We welcome back Celeste from DoodleLa to share this delicious meal with everyone!
How aboutRead more »
Yesterday was Father’s Day; the day we set aside to celebrate the men in our lives who have helped us become the people we are today. InRead more »
::We are excited to feature Celeste from Doodle La again!
This time she will be showing us how to put together a wonderful St. Rita ofRead more »
Quite often I am asked about how I deal with teaching religion in our homeschool. My thoughts on this have evolved over our 15+ years ofRead more »
You never know. A seemingly innocent remark wounds a friend. Callous words from bystanders injure fragile survivors. A stranger is believedRead more »
My kids attend public school right now, and so they get less faith formation than I’d hope for. But I still try to integrate ourRead more »
I have been an avid horseman* for as long as I can remember. After turning her back on me for a moment as a toddler, my mother found meRead more »
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