We're almost four months into our homeschool year and I have to say it has been one of my favorites. This is in no small part due to Sonlight. For years I pieced together a curriculum which focused heavily on history, geography, and literature. And while I'm pleased with the outcome (my two oldest, Peter and Ethan, graduated with a much fuller knowledge of those three subjects than I did), I have come to a point where I just don't have the energy to do it all over again...
How Elvis improved our home school: getting a dog | Lynn Elizabeth Marlowe
This year is a very special Thanksgiving for me. I am overwhelmed by how much I have to be thankful for and I am so happy to have such a blessed life.
This will be the first Thanksgiving that we are celebrating in our new home. Moving to this house changed our lives. Not only did we gain the room and storage that we so desperately needed, but we moved to a neighborhood where we truly feel at home. My kids have friends here, my husband and I have friends
After working several months on my first e-book, Iím proud to say I have finally published it. Then There Were Two: Essays on Motherhood is a book of essays adapted from my first columns with the Barrow Journal, written before and after my second son was born. So itís about a mother adjusting to life with an infant and toddler as well as musings on nature and family issues. It also has some of my photography from that time.
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Feeling thankful today.