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 […]
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.
Are you ready to get your STEM learning on this school year? Well… I have you covered!!! If you are reading from an email, you’ll probably want to click the title of this post so you can see the images. Sorry, but the emailed version of my posts doesn’t show Amazon book covers or Instagram […]
We’ve been a great many field trips in all the years I’ve homeschooled. We started homeschooling in 2001. I began blogging about it in 2005, and many of our field trips have been documented in some fashion here. I still have a ton to get blogged, but homeschooling got ahead of me – my eldest […]
I was looking something up on the computer the other day and tried to find a post on my blog for someone about the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum (because we’ve gone there umpteen times and it is one of my VERY FIRST A-LIST field trips to suggest to anyone visiting Austin)… and lo, […]
Gardening is one of those things that either grows on you, or it doesn’t. For me, growing a garden has been a slow process… partly because I am an air-condition loving hermit in the summer if I can get away with it … and because I live in one of the hottest places this side […]
I remember what it was liking starting out with homeschooling back in 2001. I had that crazy eyed look of a mom frantic to find out all the things… and to figure out a way to WIN at homeschooling. Homeschooling, like life, is a long journey, though. It is not a sprint, it’s a marathon. […]