That shouldn’t surprise me, should it? I had the opportunity to go to a Catholic Homeschooling conference outside of Atlanta this past weekend. It was small, but still I had the opportunity to listen to some good speakers. That is helpful, of course, but I knew that the real reason I went to the conference … [Read more…]
As those who stay at home know, most days are a frantic mess… the constant “two-steps-behind” feeling that just makes you want to crawl under a desk and chew your hair in frustration… when you look around at the end of the day and wonder what on earth you have to show for all your … [Read more…]
Once again, the week zoomed by me without a chance to REALLY sit down and post. So, to make up for it, I am offering our week in review (the photo edition). On Tuesday we had the chance to go to the zoo with some of our fellow homeschoolers… (Some of the dear friends who … [Read more…]
I’ve been interested in making food from scratch for some time now. While I’m by no means militant about it, I do try to “make it at home” whenever possible. Initially, it was simply because I couldn’t trust that the restaurants… or the factories… really went out of their way to ensure that it was … [Read more…]
It’s been a long, hard, busy week, but I wanted to give you a little something to think about, so here it is: Christ and the Folded Napkin from Touchstone Magazine. I absolutely love this meditation!
… I wanted to give you just a small sample of some of his inspirational writing. I first read this many, many years ago and I just wanted to be able to shake his hand and say, THANK YOU for putting into words all that I’ve wanted to say. You perfectly expressed my fears and … [Read more…]
It is with great sadness that I have to write that my favorite blogger, Michael Spencer (AKA The Internet Monk), passed away on Easter Sunday. I read the news early this morning, and have been crying ever since. I can’t begin to say how influential his writings have been in my spiritual growth, and I … [Read more…]