It’s been several months now since we took our road trip, and I have still not written about our adventure! (Probably because it would have been a book, all of the details were so fresh in my mind!) I ‘ll be breaking this story up into two portions because there is just so much to… Continue reading Lower Mississippi River Road Trip (Part 1)
The month of July in review.
It is amazing what can be accomplished with a lot of determination, even when there’s lots of rain, allergies, and activities on the schedule!
It’s done! It’s done! It’s finally done! *insert maniacal laughter* After about 1 1/2 months of on and off work, I finally finished the work on the classroom! I cannot even begin to describe to you how happy that makes me. Until a few weeks ago, the kids barely used the classroom, and now I… Continue reading House Tour: The Classroom
Homeschooling and homesteading when you have young children is most definitely not the easiest path a family could choose. It is one of those choices where you have to look to the long-term payoff, instead of the short term hardships.
How we will be growing our skills together, as a family in 2017, and why skills matter when it comes to self-sufficiency