We started our school up and got going good… (We even went on our first school field trip to the Post Office! I was surprised at how awesome and educational it was. They gave them a behind the scenes tour and gave them papers about how to address their mail, and free books and information […]
You all know that I’m crazy in to history. As a native Texan and genealogist for my family, I don’t shy away from the good, the bad, or the ugly history I discover. This past weekend I found a new link that sent me all the way back to before 1200 in England on one […]
I know this is way late in the game… but please do yourself a favor if you have cancer, know someone who has cancer, or just want to keep from getting cancer… watch these videos while they are free over the next 24 hours. It takes some time, but you will thank yourself if you […]
Just a note today to say belated Happy Birthday to my sweet grandma who died of colon cancer (stage 4) in 1995. In her case, she found out she had late stage cancer (stage 4) and had postponed going to the doctor for a long while even though she had suspicions that she was very […]
Calling all homeschool nature-loving mamas with elementary aged kids (or any age that wants to tag along). I’m starting a Mulberry Mama Online Homeschool Co-op group.
My boys are squeezing the last few drops out of the summer while mommy is pre-occupied with preparing for the homeschool year. And painting my game room “greige”. Goodbye, teal blue “underwater” school room. You were fun. My husband is convinced that this will be the magic that brings the buyer we need for the […]
Way back in 2014, I started a Almost Back to School Series to talk about what I needed to do to get ready for a homeschool year. Well, although the years have changed, the procedure really hasn’t. My big kids are done homeschooling, but my little ones are now coming up the ranks. We’ll be […]