Hey everyone! The wonderful Shari McMinn at CHEC (Christian Home Educators of Colorado) asked me to write an article for the latest issue of the Homeschool Update! It was so fun to come back home after our weekend in Castlerock and see it in print! Please click on this link to view the electronic issue [...]
How you choose to treat your loved ones right now is what can set the tone for the future of your family and whether or not you can exit these troubled times with stronger more meaningful connections than you ever thought possible.
The weaker your boundaries, the easier it will be for you to reach capacity and spill over the edge, lose speed, direction, and purpose, and wreak havoc on those around you and what you have spent years building.
In the meantime, remember that God gave you your spouse and your family so that you and they would not be alone. As such, start the journey of living “together,” as God intended, today.
By Tamara Glasner A few years ago, I found myself trying, once again, not to wake my husband by my tossing and turning. I had been gripped by fear for the millionth time over different things. This was another one of those nights, and on this night, I was panicked over the safety of one [...]
Several months ago, Yvie Fields from Homeschool on the Range reached out and asked if she could review the Seabird's Trilogy World War II Companion Curriculum. Her kids were our first "test students!" Check out their adventure with Piper and the gang below! Homeschool on the Range Companion Curriculum Review!
Jessica Glasner “One cannot and must not try to erase the past merely because it does not fit the present.” ― Golda Meir, My Life When we first set out to write a WWII history and writing curriculum to go with The Seabirds Trilogy, we had no idea that its release would come at such [...]
Jessica Glasner If you had told me at this time last year that within twelve months, not only would we have released the entire Seabirds Trilogy but also developed a complete high school history, social studies, and writing curriculum, I wouldn’t have believed it. Certainly, it would take at least a year or two. But [...]
Tamara Glasner Resilience: An ability to recover from or adjust easily to change or misfortune. Our family went to Forest Home Family Camp summer after summer as our girls were growing up. The camp was one of our favorite family memories, as we all had incredible times with each other and also with God during [...]
It is bewildering to reconcile the commandment to honor your father and mother while carrying a justifiable deep root of bitterness.