Classical Ed. in Action


For years I've railed against the "rules." I don't like breaking the rules (although I have done that) but as a teenager, all I heard was the "don't's." Don't drink, don't smoke, don't..etc. I just thought, "Ok! But what do I do?" In other words, how am I supposed to live then? What is my purpose?

What I've read


I started my very first bullet journal in June, 2017, and this is where I keep everything now. I really love this journal, it goes everywhere with me and helps in so many ways. I have my prayer liturgy in there, my calendars, my daily chore list, and my book list. It's so nice to see exactly what I've read!


Living Classical Education


On December 16, I was 14 weeks pregnant and at the hospital having a miscarriage. I was (still am) devastated. This story is about how Christ saved me after my miscarriage through my own classical education.

A First Couple of Weeks


Our first week is behind us now. And I say that with a sigh of relief. We got everything done! I didn't plan or require too much. It was a good week, even if the first week is always a little taxing. The older kids weren't as shocked at the rude arrival of academic life as they have been in the past, and as the littles were this week. I think the older kids actually enjoyed themselves.

Eowyn's Sixth Grade Plans


My baby just turned 11 this weekend! It's hard to swallow, but there it is. As an 11 year old, she'll be tackling her sixth-grade work. I'm excited for her, and a little nervous too. She'll need to really buckle down this year, and she's not always one to enjoy buckling down. She's learning though. Doing the dishes is teaching her a lot about life, servitude, attitude, and loving well.