I was thrilled to open my email this afternoon and see an invitation to join the TOS Homeschool Review Crew for 2014. I was a member a couple of years ago and took some time off and we missed having new and wonderful curriculum to use regularily! Some of our favourite programs that we use . . . → Read More: TOS Homeschool Review Crew 2014!
My daughters have an online store that I help them with on Etsy. They took a quilting class a couple of years ago and started sewing quite a bit for awhile before our oldest daughter left to gain more experience as a seamstress in a full time volunteer position. If you are looking for sweet . . . → Read More: Zaylarita Boutique
WOW! that’s all I can say. We love movies with messages and this one has a great one. Are believers perfect? What about it we had a very rough life before we became believers? Sometimes non-believers call us hypocrites when we are really trying our best to come out of the past we had, . . . → Read More: Review and Giveaway ~ King’s Faith
Today, I have the privilege of sharing a beautifully illustrated story with a message of truth woven throughout. Audrey Bunny is a story written by Angie Smith and illustrated by Breezy Brookshire that follows the story of an imperfect bunny hoping that someone chooses her from the stuffed toy barrel in a toy . . . → Read More: Review and Giveaway ~ Audrey Bunny by Angie Smith
For the last 5 months, our oldest daughter has been away volunteering full time in the sewing room at ALERT for the experience. Not only the experience as a seamstress, but the cool experience of living on a campus in a dorm with other young ladies. However, I must admit, experiencing a Texas summer topped . . . → Read More: She’s Home!!
Sometimes, well about once a week, at least, my husband and I get out alone. Whether it is heading to Tim Horton’s for coffee, or to the grocery store to pick up a few things, we still try. Yes, I know, we live an exciting life LOL! Tonight, we decided to head out . . . → Read More: A Walk with the Wee Hobbit, and his Daddy!
Like many people in our culture, I am a performance based perfectionist. I am really not sure why, but somewhere, somehow I got it in my mind that in order to be accepted, I must be perfect. I used to think that not everyone felt this way, but I am no longer convinced . . . → Read More: Review and Giveaway ~ One Way Love by Tullian Tchividjian
We had a weird sight in our home the other day in our case of bananas, but thankfully, it had nothing to do with deadly spiders or weird critters like I have heard of before. Yes, you read that right, our case of bananas. We try to buy a case of bananas a . . . → Read More: Twin Bananas?
I have started to become more serious about the courses I am taking this year, but I needed a quiet place to study. i had been looking for a small desk that would fit in a certain spot in the laundry room (yes, I know, but the laundry room is a quiet place away from . . . → Read More: My New Desk
This sturdy little board book is filled with colourful illustrations that children are drawn to. Throughout the story, Ryan is teaching his stuffed monkey, Rufus, why he goes to church and includes Rufus in everything that happens on his Sunday morning in church. From getting dressed, to greeting his multi aged, multi nationality congregation, . . . → Read More: Review and Giveaway ~ Rufus and Ryan Go to Church