If you missed the April/May sale event, don’t fret! You’ll have another chance to purchase AOP items at 20% off at our One-Day Sale in July! Stay tuned for more info … I haven’t picked the date yet — feel free to leave a comment to let me know what day you feel the sale should be!
‘For I know the plans that I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans for welfare and not for calamity to give you a future and a hope. (Jeremiah 29:11)
As a homeschooling mom, I’ve learned to be flexible. Life often interrupts our lessons, giving us more time on some and less time on others. When the children were little, I relied on “Plan B” quite often, thanks to crabby babies and impromptu park days with friends. I knew Plan B was just as good as my first plans. I knew I could rework my first plans into new plans for later in the week or month. I was never worried. Continue reading
Life has no guarantees, except for the guarantee of salvation if you’ve placed your faith in Jesus Christ. I understood this shortly after I was saved, but the truth behind it didn’t really hit me until last September. That’s when my husband, my knight in shining armor, was diagnosed with a chronic illness. Continue reading
The other day my soldier called to let us know he had spoken to his girlfriend’s parents — yup, he wants to marry her. They gave their blessing, and he bought a ring. He then took her to the beach where they met and, in her words, “… when I turned around he was down on one knee!”
It’s just such a great picture, I had to post about it! This is our second son to get married, and the wedding is scheduled for December. So, within one week we’ll have: a wedding, a birthday, Christmas, and another wedding. Whew! This year will go out with a bang!
When the weather gets warmer, I don’t want to make hot food — I want something cool/cold that is easy to make and refreshing. My mom passed this recipe down to me, and I make it often for pot lucks, picnics, and “just because.” This is a super easy recipe to remember–just think “Sweet and Sour, Thick and Thin.” Continue reading
One of the key aspects of Weaver is the fact that the pages are color-coded for the differing grades (K-6) and white pages are either for your own information or for all the students in all grades (such as the Bible lessons). This is a handy ‘visual’ for those new to using Weaver. Once you create your Teacher’s Binder it’s easy to know who-is-learning-what based on the colored pages. But then it happens: you come upon a “white chapter” and your first thought is “Whaaa?!?” Continue reading