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School Year’s End

So very proud of this man and how hard he has worked this yearView full post »


I wake up, bleary. Hoping for a few minutes to rouse courage for the day, a few moments of quiet first as the sunView full post »

They call them strawberrdies

We had a ton of schoolwork we should have been doing . . . but the calendar said it was National Strawberry PickingView full post »

Wax Museum

Everybody loves a good wax museum!  Aaron did one with the third grade a few weeks ago 5-3-2013 . 40mm pancake .View full post »

Point Loma

“School isn’t supposed to be a polite form of incarceration but aView full post »

Home and Class and Spirit

“I used to think God guided us by opening and closing doors, but now I know sometimes God wants us to kick someView full post »

Why Homeschooling?

We teach our children not to ask the question. In the midst of the questioning that grief brings, my pastor told meView full post »

Strawberrdies and Tadpoles

They called them strawberrdies. I still do. One of those words that will remain forever changed by theirView full post »

Painted all right

There are days where the world spins right, all painted with beauty. Days when the smilesView full post »

When Life Gives You Lemons . . .

I’m not good at making lemonade. 33 and I had never made it before. I don’t thinkView full post »

Running in the Alley…

“The artist, if he is not to forget how to listen, must retain the vision which includesView full post »

Tuckered Out

“In vain you rise early and stay up late, toiling for food to eat – for He grants sleep to those HeView full post »

Dance Party in the Kitchen

The music was thumpin, the kitchen was jumpin, the boys were bakin and bodies were shakin 🙂 That’s just how weView full post »

One of Those Days

Today has been one of those days, one of those weeks rather. I have had a difficult time dragging myself back offView full post »


Always busy, always building, he isn’t overwhelmed by the enormity of the world, doesn’t see what’sView full post »


Continuing in my effort to actually delve into all those pictures I take month by month . . . Last August we wereView full post »


I love seeing his thoughts come out on paper. I love that he can ascribe letters to what’s on his mind now.View full post »

When in Doubt…Fly

Everything is feeling like a bit much right now. Scariness and sadness and nothing I can do to help, and trying not toView full post »

First Days

My boys are growing SO fast! Our summer was just fantastic and I felt sad to see it end. But, now that the first weekView full post »

Cats in Hats

This cool cat  is no longer a first grader. oh dear. And that other cute cat, he is now on his way to first grade. ohView full post »

School Field Trip

if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come! – 2 Corinthians 5:17 Spring isView full post »

Chillin with a Cheetah

San Diego Zoo’s Safari Park is one of our favorite spots. The kids have been studying animals in theirView full post »

School Days

School days at home with my boys look different than I ever could have imagined. I have to admit that many mornings weView full post »

The First Day

We LOVE the charter school and we LOVE our homeschool days! However, there are only 8 wks left till summerView full post »