I mentioned in my last post that I had recently read the book, Miracle Mornings by Hal Elrod. It was a useful, although not earth shattering, book. The premise is that you take command of each day by waking up very early and immediately doing a few things that further your personal development. This sets […]
I’ve gotten comfortable. I have had this comfortable little routine for a while now and while I love a routine and I certainly love being comfortable, none of this challenged me. I found myself slogging a bit through life and frankly I was getting lazy, which is easy to do since my preference in life […]
My friend Maureen Wittman recently posted, what she called, a rant on the Homeschool Connections Facebook page. I’ll let you read it yourself but the upshot was that homeschool moms are often referred to as “just a mom” and not regarded as the professional educators that they are. You may not have an education degree but you […]
Do you have an abundance of zucchinni in your garden? I don’t but friends do and they are generous about sharing. Aside from making zoodles I’ve been using the following recipe to use up the lovely garden goodness. Since I hate when bloggers give you nineteen paragraphs of a story before getting to the recipe, […]
In honor of Ryan’s anniversary tomorrow I’d like to share this, my favorite, of all the things written about our son by my former editor Rick Hinshaw. He’s a dear man, an amazing mentor and a good friend.