Tag Archive: grief

Help and Hope for Your Holidays

This isn’t going to be a long post.  I know you’re probably busy making travel plans or getting ready to host the whole family for Thanksgiving dinner. But before you get too busy I wanted to let you know about a few posts that I wrote, over the last couple of years or so, that…




The Book of Psalms: Words of Comfort and Hope…from God…to You

First, a disclaimer: this post technically doesn’t have anything to do with homeschooling.  And yes, it is about the Bible.  So if you are only on this site because you want to know about homeschooling, I suggest you check out some of my previous posts listed in the right sidebar.  As my regular readers know,…




Tips For Coping With Grief During The Holidays

If you have read my Thanksgiving post then you know that I have experienced the loss of several close family members.  I am only too aware of how difficult the holidays can be for someone who has lost a loved one. A couple of weeks ago I received some correspondence from the Florida office of…




Why Homeschooling911?

Some have asked: “Why Homeschooling911?”  What exactly does it mean?  Does it mean that there have been incidents of curriculum spontaneously combusting in home-schooler’s homes?  Does it mean that a mass exodus of children from the public schools has resulted in gangs of home-schoolers roaming the streets mowing their neighbor’s lawns while they’re not home? Actually…