February Recap

I have decided this year to have a monthly recap post the last week of every month. I think it's sort of a reflection and maybe it's a little pat on my own back. I sometimes don't think that I actually do anything and so maybe if I write down what I did, well, maybe... Continue Reading →

It’s 2020, Now What?

I don’t like making goals. Just being honest. Goals scare me. I think Brennig having cancer has given me PTSD in regard to goal making. The fact that our lives came to a screeching halt, five+ years ago has shaken my very core. Our family’s lifestyle of moving a lot (like every three-four years) has... Continue Reading →

Hard Things that Were Once Easy

Books are the legacies that a great genius leaves to mankind which are delivered down from generation to generation as presents to the posterity of those who are yet unbornAddison - As seen on the Chicago Cultural Center Dome I used to be a voracious reader. My father works for a publishing company and at... Continue Reading →

The Late-Winter Blahs

Every year the curse comes.  It’s the mid-winter curse for homeschool moms.  I may be the only one who feels this, but I do have one friend who commiserates with me.  Late January and February are super hard for homeschool moms.  The days are grey.  The cold is here, even in the South.  The kids... Continue Reading →

Welcome to My Porch, My Home

Home for our family has been everywhere. It’s been a 100 year old Welsh Cottage, an old pebble dashed manse, an apartment in the not-so-good part of town, a couple of brand new homes, a rental that we could walk out the front door and be impressed by God’s creation of Mt. Rainier, an orange 3-story duplex, an old 1950s Army Post house and a few others. Now, we live in the Red House on the Corner.

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Shelly Miller

home...hospitality...hope

ANGELICSCALLIWAGS

Homeschooling to give our children roots to ground them and wings to help them fly

Kay's Little Korner

I will lift my eyes to the hills and their Creator.

The Pioneer Woman

Plowing through Life in the Country...One Calf Nut at a Time

the story of our lives

telling the story god is writing for my family

thehamricks

a mom, a dad, four boys, and finally a little girl!