This post is about how to work from home so you can homeschool… and I threw in a fun farm update for kicks. I’m sure you are sick of farm updates by now, but I want to be real… because if you think that downsizing into an old farm house is easy, you would be […]
This month has been a crazy, dreary, rainy, emotional roller-coaster, but we are ever so thankful to see the sun again… and the light at the end of the tunnel. The sunshine has returned after torrential Texas rains (thankfully we weren’t flooded, but that is in large part due to the fact that we chose […]
Calling all homeschool nature-loving mamas with elementary aged kids (or any age that wants to tag along). I’m starting a Mulberry Mama Online Homeschool Co-op group.
ALL ABOARD!!!! If you love riding on the rails, the “Cedar Park train” is a field trip you won’t want to miss. Rail travel is so relaxing. You can learn about history, take in the scenery, or just kick back and take a snooze with the monotonous clickety-clack of the rails and the breeze in […]
I’ve been toying with Charlotte Mason for nearly a decade. I’ve “known” about her methods for longer than that. I have never been able to totally put myself in the Charlotte Mason box, though, even after becoming a bona fide veteran homeschool mom with a homeschool high school graduate attending college. In hopes that I […]
I get a lot of junk mail, email, and information pushed at me as a blogger and homeschool mom – and let’s face it – as a human being. This week, however, as I got ready to trash another newsletter I didn’t have time to read, a date caught my eye in small print. 1895. […]
May flowers are in full bloom and I grasp at moments to try and slow down enough to smell them. They say the older you get, the faster time goes. My eldest has a friend that has some sort of theory on the matter. It’s all over my head. Mama has been tired for most […]