Monthly Archives: September 2008

Tea Party Primer

Tea parties aren’t just for little girls. Getting together with other women for some visiting is beneficial. I’ll go a step more and say it is necessary. We need time together to learn from each other, to encourage each other … Continue reading

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Cookin’ on the Cookbook

I’ve been busy putting together our homeschool group cookbook. It is really cool how the participants can go to the Heritage Cookbook website and enter in their own recipe. However, I’ve found myself doing a lot of proofreading which is … Continue reading

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My Fall Garden

After the Hurricane, my favorite garden store Nelson Water Garden had a huge sale. All plants were 50% off. They were just putting out some new fall plants, so I snagged some for my garden. My poor garden in the … Continue reading

Posted in Autumn Garden, bunny, Cabbage, Fall Garden, gulf fritillary butterfly, Nelson Water Garden, Passion Flower | 3 Comments

They’re not aggravating – they’re missionaries in training…

Our Tapestry of Grace curriculum affords us the opportunity to be exposed to so many amazing books. One of those we are reading right now is the story of William Carey, one of the first pioneers of missionary work and … Continue reading

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Show and Tell Friday

I am participating in Show and Tell Friday at Kelli’s Blog. You can join in the fun too! http://kellishouse.blogspot.com/ I’ve posted my fall decorating pictures before, but they have been archived, so here they are again… My fall tablescape:

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Of Hobbits and Tooth Fairies

I have a Hobbit living in my house. If you aren’t a Lord of the Rings fan, let me explain. It is a small man with huge feet and an even bigger appetite. He gets into mischief from time to … Continue reading

Posted in J. R. R. Tolkien, Lord of the Rings, pre-teen boys, salvation | 1 Comment

The Convoys

Here is what my Aunt Clara sent me via e-mail. She gave me permission to reprint it here. She left Louisiana during Hurricane Ike for an impromptu visit to her sisters in Georgia. This is what she saw on the … Continue reading

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