Hoarders to Help: A Journey of Friendship

By: Sandy Churchill   “I say this with all the love in the world,” confided my dear friend Kerry to me recently. “Don’t buy another pencil!” A fellow homeschooler, my friend understood my frenzied life-style enough to “get” my obsession with school supplies—but also point out that part of our organizational chaos at home is … More Hoarders to Help: A Journey of Friendship

No Dye Tie Dye

By: Kathy Trainor No Dye Tie Dye is something that has you wondering, what am I talking about now? Tie Dye you always need Dye! Well, after much preschool debate on our school playground amongst the teachers, we found out that we DON’T need Tie Dye at all. Tie Dye is costly, messy and you … More No Dye Tie Dye

A Lenten Crown

By: Sandy Churchill Last week, my 11 year-old son Tim helped me create a traditional salt dough “crown of thorns” for the season of Lent. The project was for our CCD religious education class, but the lessons can extend to each of us as a life lesson. In the spirit of the Lenten season leading … More A Lenten Crown

Recycling

By: Rachel Ventura  I love creating things for my home. I’ve made all sorts of little creations that are displayed throughout my house. It’s fun making them, I save a ton of money, and it makes the house feel more “homey.” Sure, not everything is as nice or as perfect as something you may buy … More Recycling