Monthly Archives: May 2018

A Delightful Collection of Poetry from Mary Poppins Herself

Somehow I recently stumbled upon this book at my local public library. I give it five out of five stars! I came home weary from being gone from home all day, and this book was the perfect pick me up … Continue reading

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Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream: Fun, Fast, and Super Yum!

  For the last day of our amazing homeschool group (a liberal arts-based family academy, aka  a “liber family school”) we got to enjoy ice cream made with liquid nitrogen. My thanks to one of the moms, Jani, whose idea … Continue reading

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The Healing Power of Whole Sound

I found this podcast over here by Katie of wellnessmama.com fascinating. It is with Michael Tyrrell, founder of Wholetones. You can read the transcript here. He says that music when calibrated to A being at 444 hz is more healing … Continue reading

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Read the World Summer Book Club

I have seen this summer book club the past two years and signed up for it with grand ambitions, thinking the kids will avidly gobble up all the book suggestions. I have to admit, after two years, this club is … Continue reading

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Refreshing Talk from a Homeschool Mom to Other Homeschool Mamas

If you are feeling any sense of burnout from homeschooling, listen to this talk above about “Mother Culture” by Karen Andreola. If you don’t have her book, The Charlotte Mason Companion, get it below. It’s one of the very first … Continue reading

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Surprised by Joy! Our Year at Our Family Liber School!

  I love the above photo of my daughter giving her Key of Liberty mentor, my friend Olivia,  a hug after she got presented her key with ribbons in a shadow box. Key of Liberty is a class for jr. … Continue reading

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The Healing Power of the Priesthood of God: Story #3, “Tell Me It Isn’t True!”

We had lots of fun this week having an all-day play date with another homeschool family from our once-a-week liberal arts based family school that ended a few weeks ago. We went hiking to a cave and then explored the … Continue reading

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