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Monday Mondays 8.15.16

Um, first of all, Happy Anniversary to me! ¬†And my husband, without whom it would not have been possible… ūüėČ ¬†Seriously, life’s been a roller coaster and I couldn’t imagine it without someone who has my back in it all. ¬†When you get married and […]

Monday Mondays 8.24.15

Last weekend was our anniversary, and we spent it in Chattanooga (#noogastrong!) because it’s close¬†enough to¬†home, yet still feels like a destination trip. ¬†We’ve stayed in Chattanooga a lot, and never at the same hotel or B & B, and always enjoyed the lodging. ¬†Same […]

Perspective

Several years ago when we took a 6 week camping trip out West for homeschool purposes (well, yeah, it was also a vacation‚Ķ) we stopped at a campground ‚Äď in the dark ‚Äď on our way to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. When […]

Ramblings About Vacations

Wow, it feels like almost forever since I posted anything! At the end of April, as a combination birthday/the-kids-are-out-of-the-house-woohoo! thing, I accompanied¬†my husband to Las Vegas for a business conference. For 4 days, he worked, while I used the gym facilities, hiked Red Rock Canyon, […]

Monday Mondays on Tuesday 2.24.15

It’s been quite a while since I’ve posted anything. ¬†You’d think that because of all the crazy winter weather we’ve experienced lately, preventing us from getting out of the house, I’d have more time to write. ¬†WRONG! ¬†Instead, we’ve been dealing with sickness, burst pipes […]

What’s GREAT about Homeschooling

What’s GREAT about Homeschooling

There’s a stereotype of homeschoolers that “do” school every day in their pajamas. ¬†Sounds kind of great, in a way. While it may be true for some homeschool families, it rarely happened in ours. Unless, of course, someone was sick and took a detour into […]