Fall is officially here and with school well underway, my kids wasted no time in asking if we could conduct a teatime poetry, one of their favorite school pastimes. We love teatime poetry, and in the past it has taken a lot of work on my end – setting a table, selecting the readings, creatingContinue reading “Autumn Teatime Poetry Inspiration”
I was reading through some poetry last night and these words made me catch my breath. I think I’ve heard them before somewhere… The context, the author, and any extra thoughts about it escaped me though. I read it again. What a notion…to request from God himself to illuminate all that is dark within myContinue reading “Illumine”
Not a fan of the traditional pumpkin patch this year? With fall just around the corner, I’ve compiled a list of unique and social-distancing-friendly autumn activities for homeschooling families! Grab a pen and jot a few down, or print the entire page for your fridge or bulletin board down below! *Not an affiliate link post.Continue reading “Fall Homeschool Bucket List”
I wanted to write a short and sweet poem for my kids to learn for fall. There is so much excellent classic fall poetry out there, but it isn’t actually quite fall yet! So I wrote my own roughly based on a favorite by Nona Keen Duffy, but much more little-learner-friendly in wording. Feel freeContinue reading “Barefoot Still.”
The first bit of Ecclesiastes, chapter 3 has been on my heart this weekend. It’s all about time. And it seems lately that the ever-elusive time is one thing I never have enough of.