Category Archives: The Schoolroom: Learning together at home

Let’s Finish Well!

Today, I’m sharing at Heart of the Matter Online! You can read the entire article there: Let’s Finish Well! Here’s the first half … “You know it’s coming. February is nearly over. Which means March, April and May are nearly … Continue reading

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Disappointment at Home: But What if They *Don’t*?

I’m not sure why, but that phrase always brings to mind a vision. A vision … of cartoon vegetables. I suppose it may indicate that my children have watched Veggie Tales’ version of Daniel and the Lion’s Den one too … Continue reading

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I Corinthians 13 for Homeschool Moms

This is something I wrote several years ago. But I needed to read it this morning … need to live it today … and thought maybe some of you might need it, too.   1 Corinthians 13 for Homeschool Moms If I … Continue reading

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Today’s Encouragement: Unplug

For today, sweet friend, might I encourage you with the message I’m hearing from the Lord? It’s going to be a challenge, and I almost think I might be able to accept it … (weak smile) My husband surprised me … Continue reading

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A Song From the Suds

A bit of cheer for you today, dear mom! When my daughter found it to use as a presentation tomorrow, I knew I had to share it with you. May you be blessed and encouraged in all your endeavors today!  … Continue reading

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New Audio Available: “Just Give Up!”

“JUST GIVE UP!” Why throwing in the towel just may be the best thing you could do this year! Hello, dear friends! Well, it’s September. A quarter of the pencils are broken. Covers on the new notebooks are bent. Your … Continue reading

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Who’s Looking for You?

Good morning, friends! And happy Monday.  My newest article is up this morning at Heart of the Matter Online. I can only share a teaser with you here, so … You know things are bad when you want to throw … Continue reading

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Save the date for Dolphin Tale!

We have a tough time finding a movie we can take our whole family to. Some are too violent. Others, too “adult-themed.” Some seem like they should be just fine, but don’t pass what I call our s-test … they’re … Continue reading

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Haven’t Started School Yet? Need a Plan?

There’s still time! The first day of school is an exciting event, and one anticipated by moms everywhere. Even though my children won’t actually be *going* anywhere different, a return to school-ish schedule at home still takes some planning. That’s what my 23 … Continue reading

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Being a Homeschool Mom=My Life is Not My Own

The following is an excerpt from my newest article, up today at Heart of the Matter Online. You can read the rest if you click on the link at the bottom of this page! “Today I was surprised to find … Continue reading

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