Tag Archives: homeschool

Children and Garden to Table

“A garden must combine the poetic and the mysterious with a feeling of serenity and joy.” (Luis Barragan) Have you experienced the delight of biting into a fresh, ripe tomato? The flavor and juiciness are intense from this garden to … Continue reading

The Heart of Childhood Matters

Being a mom is such a blessing and privilege. It also is one of the most daunting jobs I have taken on. When I first held my daughter in my arms, she gazed at me with such a sweet face … Continue reading

Be Organized, Be Awesome

In my brief Mommy-hood, I’ve worn quite a few hats. Mom, Wife, Teacher, Pastor’s Wife and Community Volunteer, to name a few. I am sure if I asked a room full of dads and moms what hats they’ve worn, I’d … Continue reading

Holiday Busy-ness

Holidays past have been filled to the brink of busy for me. I run around gathering turkey or holiday cheer, huffing and puffing all the way. I remember a certain conversation with a friend that went like this: “I am … Continue reading

Riding the Reading Adventure

Reflection hung heavy in the air the other night. As I drifted off to sleep, I remembered my small gal pal cuddled in my lap after being read “Goodnight Moon” for the fourth time. As a first time momma, I … Continue reading