Every time I see an old photo of these two, I can’t help but think about how they’re an amazing testament of what friendship should be like. They became immediate besties in preschool and stayed best friends for years. As they grew, their friendship circles widened, their interests changed, and they spent less time together. … Read More about This is What Friendship Should Be Like
I’d always wished that my grandfather, a WWII veteran, could have seen this wall in person: He was still living when I made the trip to D.C. in 2011. If I’d known he’d never make it there on his own, I would have tried to figure out a way to take him myself Countless men … Read More about The Price of Freedom
Every time I see old photos of this girl, it melts my heart because she was just so cute. I also remember those days realistically and feel incredibly thankful that we made it through the toddler years! She was not my easy one, but seeing the person she’s becoming – a young lady with an … Read More about There is Hope for Your Strong-Willed Child!
Spring is the time of year when people ask me all sorts of questions about homeschooling and curriculum. This year, more people than ever have sought me out regarding homeschooling, and if you’re wondering about it too, I’ve got your back! My good friend Misty Baily and I recorded a new Joyfully Homeschooling podcast episode … Read More about Let’s Talk About Homeschool Curriculum!
There’s no time to waste, so I’ll get straight to the point – the Build Your Bundle sale is going on right now! I love this sale, and so do many of you – they have bundles for preschool, learning to read, elementary ages, upper grades, special needs, penmanship, American studies, and so much more. … Read More about It’s Your Favorite Sale of the Year!