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The Beauty of Morning Time

morning time
  I rushed about the kitchen glancing at the clock as I tossed cereal into bowls and apple juice into cups. Late to school. Again. Ugh. When I signed up for this homeschool thing, I thought I’d enjoy more time. More time to clean, cook, do laundry, and read. As these thoughts raced through my

Life’s Buffet

  Over the course of many years, I have had occasional dreams with a recurring theme…the buffet. Now don’t get me wrong, I like a good meal, and I love variety when it comes to food. I’ve been a patron of a buffet more than once, though I don’t tend to frequent them because it

Soup Season

soup season
  Cool, crisp air, smells of apples and pumpkin spice, festivals everywhere can mean only one thing…. It’s Soup Season. When autumn rolls around and the temperatures drop, we pull out the blankets, warm beverages, and a family favorite SOUP! I enjoy finding new recipes, making my own creations, and even making timeless family classics.
national novel writing month
  When a homeschooling friend of mine suggested that my sons join her son to participate in National Novel Writing Month a few years ago, I wasn’t sure how to respond. My boys do not read novels for pleasure, and writing assignments have always been met with strong protests. However, since it seemed like a

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