In light of my last 2 posts I feel the need to clear the air a bit. When I read blogs I sort of get an overall picture of the person writing it. In general I tend to read ones about homeschooling, homesteading, parenting, and faith. In reading those blogs, I often have to remind
Even though 9 months have passed since we had/lost Sophia, I still have no idea what I am doing. I still don’t understand how to do this. I struggle with knowing where to go from here. I struggle with knowing just how much people want to hear about her, or how little. I struggle with
Retail therapy is something I have never had a need for. In fact, shopping stresses me out more! Now dirt therapy? That’s my kind of day! Weeding the garden after a good soaking rain is something I thoroughly enjoy. Having my little tom-boy and our hens right along side me makes it even better.
Dear Sophia, My sweet, baby girl, I miss you so much. It seems like just when I’ve come to grips with the fact that you are not here with us, another milestone comes up and it just makes me mad and sad all over again. Not mad at you. Just mad because I am selfish
It’s that time of year again! Homeschool Conference time is upon us once again and I know my fellow homeschooling moms and dads are looking forward to the many, many benefits of attending a conference as much as I am. With The NICHE Conference and Homeschool Exhibit Hall just 2 weeks away, I would like