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God Works Through Who We Are and How We Live

Each of the talks I attended at our homeschooling conference this year had the same message:  You can only pass on to your children what is already an integral part of you.  If you talk about something you don’t believe or do, they will not listen to what you say. Or, as keynote speaker Steve […]

When Mom is Seriously Ill—Couch Schooling Attitudes

Two times in my life I’ve had a major health scare.  Eight years ago, a preliminary diagnosis gave me just a few months to live.  The second time was also a false alarm but it stopped me in my tracks none-the-less.  And that is why this article, which was meant to be a practical discussion […]

So Thankful to be Back!

Thank you, dear friends, for your encouragement and prayers.  I have rested and feel much better.  Medical testing is still going on, and though I was afraid at first, God has replaced the fear with trust and even joy. We had a lovely March Break.  The girls made chocolates and friendship bracelets and hemmed a […]

Unanticipated Blogging Break

For a while, dear friends, I have been both busy and unwell, and as a result I now have no more articles ready to publish.  Therefore I am taking an unanticipated blogging break while resting and recuperating. Fortunately I can read, think, and write while resting, and articles in progress include: Some Reasons to Study Shakespeare […]

Things to Think About this Valentine’s Day

Relationships are complicated.  The more I read, the more I find out just how amazing the connection between people can be.  Did you know that if you watch a loved one eat, for example, or see him look sad, the eating or sad parts of your brain are activated?  Did you know that if you […]

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