Monthly Archives: November 2011

Have You Heard of Vision Forum? You May Want to Do Some Christmas Shopping With Them

  Have you heard of Vision Forum? It is a Christian-based company that sells toys, books, CDs, DVDs, and other stuff geared to homeschooling Christian families. They have so many fun things that you might want to use them for … Continue reading

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My Conference is Moved to February

  Due to an overwhelming response of people telling me that Dec. 3, or any day in December, is bad for them, the Tree of Life Mothering Conference is moved to Sat. Feb. 11. Stay tuned for more details coming … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Memories

  Wow, last week was such a beautiful holiday week. It started out with my daughter’s birthday on Monday. In the midst of preparing that I also got to drive the car pool for my son’s Knights of Freedom trip … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

  Thanksgiving is of course a time for me to realize how truly blessed I am, and to see the hand of God in my own life. I really like this video by Hilary Weeks from the last Time Out … Continue reading

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The Elegant Etiquette Simulation and a Wild and Captivating Night

Who are these gorgeous young women? My daughter, aka Virtue, second from right, and her friends at a formal ball.     Last weekend my daughter Virtue got to attend the Etiquette Simulation sponsored by the Royal Academy of Zion. … Continue reading

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A Fun Birthday

  Last week we celebrated my birthday by going to the Treehouse Museum in Ogden. By “we” I mean the four youngest kids. The oldest one is at college and the next two were did their scholar phase activity of … Continue reading

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Sew Feminine and Frugal for Every Day

The week before last for the online Zion Finishing School we talked about feminine dressing, in terms of Helen Andelin’s Fascinating Womanhood words. I invited my girlfriend Leah who is Helen Andelin’s great-niece, to come share her perspective. Leah used … Continue reading

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