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Coming Soon: Stay tuned for exciting news about this new writing contest for homeschool families. If you are looking for a place to share your travel pictures and posts about your adventures – this link up and writing contest will fit the bill. We’ll be sure to fill you in on the details soon. In […]
“I believe that exploring new places, meeting new people, and seeing God’s wonders firsthand is an invaluable experience for my children. I don’t want them to be afraid of new things. I’m willing to make a lot of other sacrifices in my life so we can travel. ” -Mary Prather Our list of […]
Any time we have to opportunity to travel as a family, we are looking for fun and adventure. However, there are other benefits to traveling as a homeschool family we like to take advantage of as well, like learning on the road. We turned our recent trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming into a spontaneous field […]
On a recent road trip to South Carolina, I decided to make a detour for a spontaneous adventure. After driving across 3 states and through the Smokey Mountains, I arrived in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee with my kids. The Titanic Museum had been on our field trip list for quite awhile, and it did not disappoint. […]
A little word art… from old travel books and my photos…inspired by an article I read in Florida Weekly about an artist named Austin Kleon. In between preparing to move and renovate a new home, homeschooling and keeping our family running, I’ve been following along on a 15-day writer’s challenge from a friend and mentor, Jeff Goins. Last night, […]
This was originally written for the Home Educating Family blog. Click over there and read the descriptions of a non-conforming homeschool! Do you remember a song from your childhood that sang “Make new friends, but keep the old… one is silver and the other gold?” One of my “silver” friends is a recent Floridian transplant […]
Tonight I led a round table of six second-grade cub scouts through a recreation of Picasso’s life and “Mains aux Fleurs.” I pray the art they created transcended the den meeting and it’s permanently mixed in their minds that when they mix red and yellow something beautiful is born and when they present someone with […]