Ahem… Now that I have your attention, I would like to discuss some issues I’ve seen on a lot of blogs lately.
Ever since we decided to homeschool our children, I have been thinking about foreign languages. I like classical languages such as Latin and Greek, while my husband prefers more practical languages such as Spanish.
Do you hate searching website after website for the best price on a product? It would be so much easier just to search one time.
I like to look for interesting books on Christianity. I dislike reading ones that either just recite or recycle the same old information. I recently finished the book, Night of the Living Dead Christian by Matt Mikalatos, which is an allegory Continue reading
I have always loved the look of bookplates, but haven’t used them in many years. I’ve been wanting to put bookplates in the children’s books; so far I haven’t found any to my liking.
We have really trying to watch what type of foods we eat lately by staying away from processed ingredients. However, when looking for things to snack on, it can be difficult to find natural or organic foods.
It’s our last week studying 1 Peter! This week we will finish up by discussing the people who set good examples for us in the church.
C has had a bit of trouble staying focused on his lessons lately. If his trains are anywhere in the vicinity, he easily becomes distracted.
There was a period of my youth when I was focused on reading novels set in the Old West. Cowboys, ranches, cattle drives–they all made me swoon. I’m brought back to that time this week as I participate in the Continue reading
This week in 1 Peter, we talk about perseverance. Life is hard for so many of us. Some days, we just feel like giving up. How do we persevere through it all? It is easy when the prize at the Continue reading