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makingofahomehomestead on InstgramSummer Solstice project with the fam ☀️#familyartnight #summersolstice2018 #artisfunKicking off the longest day of the year with some early morning yoga with my youngest gal 🧘🏼♀️☀️ #summersolstice2018 #rockfordyogaIn 5th grade, I read Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights for the first time. I was captivated by the Bronte sisters and their ability to tell love stories in a way that had never been done, nor has been done since. Tonight, I had the absolute pleasure of seeing one of these novels brought to life on the stage in a way I could never have imagined. Well done, Jane Eyre cast. Well done. 💚 #britishlitbroughttolife #starlighttheatre #janeeyrethemusical #rockfordrocks #musicaltheaterStrawberry Time! 🙌🏻🍓🙌🏻 #homestead #strawberries #growityourselfSummer ☀️ #tiedye #upcycledthrift #summerfun #homesteadGood morning! ☀️🌿💛 #rhubarbforbreakfast #earlymorningbaking #homestead #growityourselfAll. Planted. 🌿✅🌿 Phew. #ediblebackyard #homestead #urbanhomestead #2018gardenMy summer deck buddy. As you can see, we are pretty stressed over here tonight 😉 #roseismysummerwater #homestead #urbanhomesteadAsparagus Time! 🙌🏻 #homestead #urbanhomestead #growityourself #summer2018
Tag Archives: homeschooling
My girls and I have really been trying to adjust our eating habits throughout the school day. Instead of snacking on crackers, pretzels and tortilla chips, we are trying to move our snacking to the non-processed variety. This … Continue reading
I have been thinking deeply lately about the notion of creating. In a world of increasing destruction and devastation, the simple act of creating something, creating anything really, is cathartic. At our homeschool co-op I teach a writing and an … Continue reading
As I grow older, I feel my connection with Earth and her rhythms strengthening. Becoming more intertwined. When I first began gardening in my late twenties, I found that cord of connection beginning to weave and form itself, as … Continue reading
The last few weeks have kept us very busy with a variety of DIY projects around the house. With the absolutely beautiful weather gracing us, my girls and I decided to take advantage, move school outside most days, and just … Continue reading
My girls and I have found a new love: ceramics. We happened upon a class that had some open seats and immediately we knew it was a match made in Heaven. A common misconception of homeschooled-children is that they lack … Continue reading
This whole homeschooling venture is still so new. It’s a good new, but still unfamiliar territory that I am working to navigate. This week has been especially challenging, what with coming off of the big birthday weekend, and now having … Continue reading