A Storyteller's Journey

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I had finally figured out what I want to be when I grow up: a storyteller.

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Review – Everyday Cooking

Part of my role as a mom is to teach my boys to be independent. Basically, I'm working myself out of a job. Cooking basic meals is a goal I am determined to reach with them, no matter how hard... Continue Reading →

Book Hangovers – The Pain is Real!

Well, after a little over eight months, we've finished The Wingfeather Saga by Andrew Peterson. The adventure that my boys and I have been on has left us all a little exhausted and unwilling to leave the Shining Isles just... Continue Reading →

What’s In My Book Bag?

For every book I read I put at least two more books into my never-ending to-read list. It bothers me some that I know I will never get to the end of the list, but then again, I'll never be... Continue Reading →

Review: No-Nonsense Algebra

I've been asked many times if I plan to homeschool my boys throughout high school. My response is always, "Of course!" The confidence with which I speak covers my fear of one very important subject: math. I have only recently... Continue Reading →

Review – Greek ‘n’ Stuff

With a family of all boys there's always competition and comparison going on. Inevitably someone feels left out for whatever imagined reason they can come up with. When Andrew expressed his disappointment that it had been a while since he... Continue Reading →

Becoming MomStrong

It's been a while since I've been on a book launch team, but I'm so excited to be a part of┬áBecoming MomStrong by Heidi St. John. I'll be digging in to the book next week and sharing my favorite quotes... Continue Reading →

Review – In the Reign of Terror (Heirloom Audio Productions)

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live during major historical events? With Heirloom Audio Productions you can! The boys and I felt like we were smack dab in the middle of the French Revolution while we... Continue Reading →

Review – English on a Roll

Do grammar lessons give your kids the grumps? Are you looking for a fun way to teach how to put a sentence together? Well, we've been working with a product that brings a hands-on component to grammar learning. It's called... Continue Reading →

Because I Hate Shopping for Clothes

I'm not a particularly vain person. I only wear powder on my face, and only when going out somewhere. My everyday wardrobe consists of loose workout pants and t-shirts. My "beauty" routine consists of facial moisturizer and chap stick. But,... Continue Reading →

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