The non-existent perfect Homeschool Day There is no perfect schedule for life and homeschool. I have found that we can get used to a good schedule one semester, but the next it doesn’t work and we have to change things up. I have also realized that comparison for comparison sake is not healthy. Please do not […]
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How did you learn a second language? Many people have asked me how it is that we were able to learn spanish skip language school when we moved to Mexico as missionaries. My husband learned Spanish by immersion when he was a teenager living with his missionary parents in Mexico, and I began learning […]
The Ultimate History Field Trip The Field trip to beat all field trips. The post I wrote for Heather at UpsideDownHomeschooling is a must read if you like off the charts field trip adventures. I can’t give it all away, but if you’ve ever wondered how to take an awesome history field trip, you won’t […]
In my life this week… I have been working on a re-design. It got a little harry when the site disappeared for 24 hours, but thank the Lord, no content was lost. Leave a comment and let me know what you think of the new header and background. New social media buttons still to come! […]
We are a book loving family, but living in Southern Mexico doesn’t afford us the luxury of an English library or even and English bookstore, so our first Box Day was like Christmas! The arrival of any package creates a stir and so, the knight and ladies all gathered around excitedly and I opened the […]
Recently our pastor preached on the Holy Spirit filled life from Ephesians 4. It was convicting, especially coming after a couple of difficult homeschooling days. I just want to encourage you with God’s Words: Ephesians 4:20-32 20 But ye have not so learned Christ; 21 If so be that ye have heard him, and have […]