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Right NOW! Earth Science: FLOODS IN THE SOUTH

Parents and teachers: Here are a few rainy-day science lessons that your students can do, especially if they are stuck indoors during these record floods in the southern states. 1,057 more words


Our New Space, part 1

 About a year ago we downsized, on purpose. It is such a blessing to live simply. The problem is that our things had not gotten the memo. 139 more words


The Days Are Long but the Years Are Short

Shortly after my first born son was born, my pastor said to me, “The days are long but the years are short”. I really didn’t realize the truth he spoke to me in that moment. 202 more words

Parting Part 2

Yesterday was Tot’s last day at his current school.  It was strange to be there and be of two minds.

Part of me will miss the things they did as a community.  283 more words


I Can Do This!

When my kids were really little, they required more hands-on assistance. I would stand at their side while they used scissors. I anxiously held out my arms as they tried the monkey bars or learned to ride a bike. 621 more words


Weekly Wrap-up: Beatersville and Crazy Daydreams

Last Friday we went out to Kentucky Dam for a walk. We hadn’t been out to the dam since sometime last fall so it was nice to have a different but familiar place to walk. 1,247 more words


Memorizing the Preamble: F.E.I.P.S.O.E.

I require my students to memorize the Preamble to the Constitution. To help them, I suggest this mnemonic: F.E.I.P.S.O.E. (pronounced, fipe so ), which is the first letter of every verb in this 52-word sentence. 163 more words