Decorating for the Holiday

My living room and school room display many “patriotic”type decorations year round. We have a lovely print of Washington’s Prayer at Valley Forge above our mantle.

My handsome husband made the beautiful old-fashioned flag that hangs over our entertainment center out of old, backyard fence slats.

I do, however, enjoy decorating the […]

Prelude to the Fourth of July

Independence Day, the 4th of July, is just a few days away. Anyone who has visited my home, knows that we celebrate our country’s Christian heritage year round. We are thankful for the pilgrims who came to this country, yearning to protect their families from the intrusion of culture into their faith. My children, through […]

The Homemaker’s Servants

In reading Proverbs 31:15, I am often reminded that I have many “servants” in my home. In my day to day living, I often forget some of these servants and leave them lanquishing, unused, in a cabinet or on a shelf. However, one faithful and often used servant in my home is my bread machine.

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Going Public!

After making all of my posts “protected”, I have been encouraged to “go public” by some on line acquaintances. I will give it a whirl. Because I value the privacy of my family, I may still protect some of my posts.

For Homeschooling Moms

“How can it be a large career to tell other people’s children about (arithmetic), and a small career to tell one’s own children about the universe? How can it be broad to be the same thing to everyone, and narrow to be everything to someone? No; a woman’s function is laborious because it is gigantic, […]