This fall we start our fifth year of homeschooling. That's unbelievable to me; it's gone by so fast. We structure our curriculum around individual development rather than grade level, but for reference and documentation purposes, this year Rowan will be entering third grade, June first grade, and Miles, kindergarten. For previous years' curriculum see: 2015-2016 … Continue reading Our Homeschool Curriculum 2019-2020
This is the very belated curriculum post for 2017-2018- the year we were roadschooling around the country in our RV! For past curriculum posts see: 2015-16 2016-17 2018-19 In 2017, my husband hoped to make a career change, but we needed more flexibility in our lifestyle to be ready for any opportunities that may come … Continue reading Our Roadschool Curriculum 2017-18
In response to a prompt via Facebook: ten books that have stuck with me over the years, either due to emotional impact, practical application, or both.1. The BibleWait! This isn't just a filler answer. I wasn't raised in church, and when I became a Christian late in my teens I immediately read the bible cover … Continue reading 10 Books….
This is the one bad review of the readathon, and it is the main reason why I left the women's ministry group recently. I actually delayed joining this group for six months until I thought this particular study was over because critical reviews online described problems with the book that were big concerns for me. … Continue reading Readathon: "The Excellent Wife"
I've been doing a lot of reading lately as part of my seeking-direction process as well as my stay-off-my-smartphone initiative. As I mentioned before, Greg and I decided to read through the Bible this year cover to cover, which is a "canonical" reading plan. We have been really good about reading each day, and we … Continue reading The Great Readathon