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Homeschooling with Dickens

"I will honour Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year. I will live in the Past, the Present, and the Future. The Spirits of all Three shall strive within me. I will not shut out the lessons that they teach." ~~ Ebenezer Scrooge, A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens

‘Tis the Season Round-Up of Children’s Book Titles

The following is a nice brief round-up of books from today's issue of "Shelf Awareness" that the kiddos might like to see in their stockings this year...enjoy! Children's Reviews: 'Tis the Season Round-up It's time to make merry with a few of our favorite selections. Auntie Claus: Home for the Holidays by Elise Primavera [...]

If Homeschooling Is So Weird, Why the Passion for It?

I feel it - passion to the point where after a too-long hiatus I'm re-dedicating my time to spreading the words about homeschooling. Others feel the passion, too. The number of homeschooling moms willing to devote unpaid time to blogging, leading support groups, holding classes, answering phone calls and more while they're also homeschooling is [...]

For the Holidays: Gifts of Devotion

While digging through a closet this morning, I was surprised to find an ooooold copy of Home Education Magazine - 1987 - vintage stuff! It just so happens to be the December issue, which just so happens to include an article I wrote called "Gifts of Devotion." I smiled to discover everything I wrote more than two decades ago still rings true. I'm [...]

Holidays Highlight the Family Lifestyle

Now that my children have grown and live far away, I admit the holiday season brings on bouts of homesickness. I miss everyone every day, but at this time of year the "sickness" grows stronger. To keep myself sane (or, at least a close facsimile), I enjoy listening to and watching the families that surround me and share their holiday plans, hopes, [...]