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 […]
Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD. My prayer this Fourth of July and always is that it would be so. I hope you have a happy Fourth.
Good stuff. 87% of kids score lower than homeschoolers taking tests? That’s crazy. I guess I just need to quit obsessing over my progeny getting in to college and start focusing on what scholarships I want them to aim for. In Him, Heather Subscribe to Sprittibee by Email
Hi there. I hope you are enjoying a fabulous Fourth of July weekend with the people you love the most. I’ve been celebrating life with my husband and my children today. We’re going to roast hotdogs and build a bonfire, sing songs, and re-tell the story of American bravery and the importance of freedom. What […]
*This post was updated with new information on 4/12/2013… I avoid politics as much as I can because I’d rather be doing pretty much anything else than talking about politics. I’d rather have a cold. I’d rather be eating licorice. I’d rather be sweating outside in sweltering Texas August watching paint dry. I’d rather be […]
In case you’ve been living under a rock, Chick-Fil-A has been caught up in some controversy over the past few weeks. It all started when their chairman (who was giving an interview for a mainly Christian audience) said that he believed in biblical values and the Bible’s idea of marriage. Here’s what the Washington Times […]
I don’t like politics. I don’t like people exploiting other people for political gain, or people being corrupted by bribery so that their original morality is tainted by greed, or people hating each other because they don’t see eye to eye. I don’t like the spin that the media and political parties put on every […]