Yes, I know it’s January 3. It’s been a busy Christmas. Guess what one of my favorite gifts was? This new blog! I’ve wanted to have a self-hosted blog for several years now, but I finally took the plunge. Everything is not finished yet, but
I don’t do a lot of guest posts on my blog. Actually, I don’t know that I’ve ever had a guest. (But if anyone is interested, let me know.) Today’s guest is someone very special to me. It’s my husband! (So how could I turn
Last year I did a Year in Review and posted the first sentence from the first blog post of each month. I decided to do it again this year. I did cheat a little and didn’t use the first post of the month if it
Over on His Mercy is New and Our Busy Homeschool I was introduced to a unique internet tool. Wordle.net creates those neat word clouds. You can enter words, paste a document, or enter any url and it will create an image from that. Then you
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GASP!!! Could there be such a thing as too much planning? Who hasn’t heard the quote – He who fails to plan, plans to fail. I love to plan. I plan to plan. Planning is one of my favorite activities. But yesterday I started thinking
I was playing around and making a new blog header, but then it didn’t go with the plaid, so I took the plaid off for a while. I don’t know if I like all this brown though. Feel free to share your opinions (nicely). By
You know you’re addicted to blogging when you’re working on any project and think, "Oh no, I forgot to take before pictures!" By Kristen H.
My son has FINALLY finished his first movie. He did all the filming, directing, producing, and animation himself. It took him about a year.(Note those azalea bushes blooming are from last spring.) I am so proud of him. By Kristen H.
It’s that time of year again. No, not spring cleaning. (although I’m working on that too!) It’s the time of year where we’re winding down and I’m evaluating. What did we learn this year? What has worked well? What didn’t work? What do we need