If you asked me what I like to do in my free time, my first answer would be reading. I LOVE books! They offer so many things to me: a greater vocabulary, knowledge, adventure to places I’ve never been, and meeting people I’d never met. I like to read a bit of non-fiction and fiction and… Continue reading September 2016: What I’m Reading
This past weekend I attended our state homeschool conference. I love going just to have a little get away with my husband. It also is great to have some undistracted time to browse homeschool curriculum and hear from some veteran homeschoolers. My friend, Jamie, from The Unlikely Homeschool, just did a post on her haul… Continue reading Homeschool Conference Buys
I made my reading goal this year much higher and I was a little afraid of how it would work out, especially with a few extra things on my plate. I’m happy to report, I’m ahead of schedule! Apparently instead of blogging, I’ve been reading, which really is okay with me. Though I do miss… Continue reading Reading Update March 2014
I love to read! According to Goodreads, in 2013 I read 24 books. I thought that was pretty good, for all that I have going on as a homeschooling, Average Housewife. Then I thought about what goal I should have for this year. I thought if I upped it by one, I could call it… Continue reading My Reading Goals for 2014
In the book Bread and Wine there is a section about feasting and fasting. The author shares how we need both. She uses the term fasting loosely, which I follow in this post. (Though I also believe there is a time for fasting, or abstinence of food for prayer.) I feel like in my #15×15… Continue reading #15×15 Check-in: Feasting and Fasting
What people are craving isn’t perfection. People aren’t longing to be impressed; they’re longing to feel like they’re home. I just recently finished reading the book Bread and Wine by Shauna Niequist with the incourage Bloom book club. I LOVED this book. As I’m sitting here trying to figure out what to write, I am… Continue reading Bread and Wine: Community in your Kitchen
A few years ago I thought I was set. I thought I had the perfect curriculum choices for my family. The rest of this homeschool journey would be easy, just get the next level of this book and I’m done. I found out quickly that that was not going to work. My children are different. They… Continue reading Our 2013-2014 Homeschool Curriculum
Today I’m excited to feature a guest post from my friend, Michelle Griep, who has just written a new book, A HEART DECEIVED. I can’t wait to read it and hope you are as intrigued after reading her post! Make sure you stop at her website to check out her Launch Week What comes to… Continue reading Guest Post: A Gentlewoman’s Guide to Opium Addiction: How to Tell if Your Mr. Right Has Been Tokin’, Smokin’ or Shootin’ the Poppy
Well, it’s been a while and I’m glad you’re still out there. You are still there, aren’t you? I can’t blame you if you’re not. It has been a crazy month, but I’m back with some of what’s been keeping me busy. Books. Practicing Affirmation: God-Centered Praise of Those Who Are Not God I just… Continue reading What’cha Readin’?
I haven’t had made much time for reading lately but I do still have a few books going. Since I last shared the books I was reading, I ended up giving up on Les Miserables. I just couldn’t keep pushing through, so the movie will have to do. The following books I do plan on finishing,… Continue reading What’cha Readin’?