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makingofahomehomestead on InstgramHandmade paper, quill and ink...looks like the makings of a perfect homeschool day ✒️📖😍#studyingtheamericanrevolution #sogladwesawhamilton #oldfashionedwriting #homeschool #homeschoolmom #homeschoollifeI’m always so proud of what youth are able to create when I lead art workshops at the Y, but yesterday their talent just blew me away 😍 #artisticexpression #celebratingmlkday #thepowerofwords #thepowerofart #rockriverymca #rockfordrocksI’m in the process of working on my girls’ report cards and I do believe this is one of the greatest learning standards I’ve ever seen 😍 #oakmeadow #oakmeadow6 #whatreallymatters #empathymatters #homeschool #homeschoolmomSuch an amazing contributor to the world of literature. She will be so dearly missed by so many💚 #lifechangingliterature #harnesyourcreativity #homeschoolmom #urbanhomesteadThank you, 2018 💚 #homesteading #urbanhomestead #homeschooling #gardens #gardening #homeschoolingmom #homeschoolfamHappy Solstice, friends ☀️🌿🌙 #wintersolstice2018 #poweroflight #weinvitedthe3magitotheparty 😆#urbanhomestead #homesteading #homeschoolfamCraft Night with my awesome coworkers 🎄😍🎄#coworkerswhocrafttogether #craftingcommunity #makeityourself #craftymomThis is so hard. But so true 💚 #teachertruth #teachersrock #inquisitivemindsWinter stream observation ❄️ Such a beautiful morning to use our senses to explore this winter wonderland 🌲❄️ #homeschooling #homeschoolingadventures #homeschoolmom #rockfordillinois #rockfordparkdistrict
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Thoughts from yesterday: I am sitting outside of my northern Illinois home, in a tank top and shorts. Sweat trickles down my back and my hands ache from the garden work I have done. It is just 11:30 am. In … Continue reading
One of my favorite times of the year arrived this week! In the wee hours of Monday morning, we began pouring over our 2017 seed catalog (We order our seeds and transplants from The Seed Savers Exchange, based in Iowa.) and … Continue reading
It seems that at each turn of the season I feel the need to start anew. I think this has become even more of a necessity now that I stay home and homeschool my girls. Because our home is where … Continue reading
Every November, we find ourselves with an overabundance of kale that gets hit with a hard frost and dies. It always makes me feel just sick to know all of that healthy vegetation has gone to waste and ends up … Continue reading
Oh friends, I just received the most amazing news. My favorite blogger/author, Amanda Blake Soule, will be featuring my garden photos and writing on her blog tomorrow. I invite you to check out the post tomorrow (Friday, July 22) at http://www.soulemama.com. I … Continue reading
The chill in the air has finally dissipated, and the sun remains hanging in the sky a bit longer these days. Can you feel it? I do believe that summer may just be right around the corner. After those strange … Continue reading