Are Texas Home School Coalition Conventions for You?

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It’s summer. Well, at least for most of us. We have maybe two weeks left of tidying up and tying loose homeschool ends and we are DONE with 11th grade for my teens, Kindergarten for the 6 year old, and Preschool for my littlest guy. I’m in purge mode, research mode, curriculum buying mode, class […]

Sundays and Signs of Spring

Mansions Over the Hilltop

I don’t know about you, but I am overjoyed that I have a mansion just over the hilltop. Sundays may not be perfect all of the time (rarely), but I feel so blessed to be able to rub shoulders with other saints on Sunday. I love my church family and being around other Christians. They make […]

On Raising Godly Teenagers…

Cross Roads Teens

Having toddlers and teenagers at the same time is just HARD, people. I dare you to try it sometime. Lest you start going on about how I’m a saint, let me clear up the record for you: this homeschool blogging mama may have great intentions, but I don’t have it all together. My goal is to […]

Homeschool Moms’ Winter Summit! {Giveaway}

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You could say that I enjoy a good conference. I mean, as a photographer, I dig event photography and attend quite a few conferences – even if I don’t get to sit down and listen to many “sessions”. However, there are a few conference experiences that I’d much rather be LISTENING to than photographing. A […]

10 Days of Accidental Unschooling – Day 10: Heart over Mind

NOTE: This is Part 10 of a 10 day series on Accidental Unschooling. If you are OCD and want to start from the introduction or Part 1, hop to the bottom of this post and use the conveniently provided links! Fall seven times, stand up eight.  ~Japanese Proverb ON (FINALLY) FINISHING I started this series […]

The CHOICE is Yours : 2013

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Someone asked me if I had any resolutions. I really hate that word… not because of what it means, but what it has come to represent: people making goals that they know will be really difficult, and failing as they try to reach them, and then abandoning them in a few weeks or months and […]