Top 10 Exhibitors at Teach Them Diligently Sandusky

Top Ten Exhibitors Teach Them Diligently Sandusky

{This post contains affiliate links. This means that if you click on one of these links, I may earn a small commission on a purchase you make. Read my full disclosure policy.} It’s almost time to head up to Sandusky, Ohio for the Teach Them Diligently Convention, my last homeschool convention of the year. Ben and […]

Teaching High School Literature

Teaching High School Literature

As I prepare to begin teaching high school next year, I am reaching out to those homeschool mom friends who have gone before me. Debbie is one such friend. I am thrilled she was willing to share with you about her experience homeschooling high school! ***      {This post contains affiliate links. This means […]

3 Reasons to Buy eBooks and How to Organize Them

3 Reasons to Buy eBooks plus How to Organize Them

 {This post contains affiliate links. This means that if you click on one of these links, I may earn a small commission on a purchase you make. Read my full disclosure policy.} In case you didn’t know, I love books. I have so many bookshelves all over my house, in practically every room, filled with wonderful […]

5 on the Fifth May 2015 (Dear Mom Letters)

5 on the Fifth May 2015 Letters to Moms

5 on the Fifth posts once a month (on the 5th), highlighting 5 blog posts  I have read over the previous month and believe should not be missed by you, my readers!    Many of those linking up with me will be pinning their favorites on our collaborative Pinterest board. Be sure to follow the 5 on […]

Travel Is . . . Our Favorite Way to Homeschool

Travel Is Our Favorite Way to Homeschool

Even before we made the decision to homeschool, travel and learning while traveling was a priority for our family. Since our son (now 14) was born, my husband’s job has afforded us many opportunities to visit Washington DC on a yearly basis, as well as other great cities. Often, we extend these business trips with […]

A Letter to My Mom

A Letter to My Mom

(My mom passed away on November 6, 2011, just 2 weeks after she was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer — Anaplastic Thyroid Cancer. Though we knew she was dying, the day she died was unexpected. This letter is an emotional out-pouring of my feelings about not having the chance to say the things […]