I often tell students that are concerned about their ability to pass one of my Spanish classes that there is only one type of student who fails my class: somebody who gives up. I teach Spanish at two Preschool – 12th grade schools in northern Kentucky. I taught over 300 students online for KET
My family and I recently moved. The sad thing is that we had only been living in our previous residence for about 2 years. Why the sudden move? Let’s just say that my wife is a country girl through and through, so when we moved to a house in the city, she wasn’t happy.
Hey Mama, I ask myself this question often: “When will I ever get to homeschool the way I want to?” I’d be the best homeschool teacher if it weren’t for (fill in the blank: difficult interruptions/difficult finances/difficult children/friends who do it better/spouses who aren’t supportive, etc.). Should I give up if I can’t
In your home, who is the resident authority on etiquette? Who says “Sit up straight,” “Don’t talk with food in your mouth” or “Please, chew with your mouth closed,” “Lower your voice” or “Use indoor voices!” “Say please, and say thank you,” “No hitting,” “No pinching,” “Don’t fuss,” “Use your words.” “Comb your hair
Hey Mama, What do you get when you add 2 children with the flu, 2 dentist appointments, 1 unmotivated teen, 1 child with 100 school questions, 1 student waiting to read with mom, 1 teen who needs a work permit (today!), 1 music lesson, and 1 husband who wants to know what’s for
Hey Mama, One . . . day . . . at . . . a . . . time God doesn’t want us to handle the drama of a week, a month, or a year—just ONE day! He knows we are busy trying to maintain the “normal” of life (ha!) and wants us
Hey Mama, Ever feel like a jar of jam? Under so much pressure, but it’s all bottled up! Instead of “bursting,” take heart. You can do this. You ARE that joyful, loving Mama your littles adore. The one they run to when they have a boo-boo, or in the case of your older
In John 4, we find an interesting conversation between Jesus and a Samaritan woman. This was unusual for two reasons. First, she was a woman. Second, she was a Samaritan. According to Jewish customs, for these two reasons, this conversation never should have happened. Jesus, however, is more concerned about the woman’s spiritual well-being