This week’s What to Read Wednesday is woefully tardy… ironically because I’m presently swept up in a book series. #BookwormProbs My advice for boredom busting road-trip lit is to grab any old book you want– no matter how embarrassing or silly. Often in our house lately it’s the likes of Dork Diaries and other such fluff… Not Read More →

I’m blogging through the alphabet with A Net in Time & Hopkins Homeschool. This week we’re on the letter Y. In our homeschool, Y is for Yarn… a / b / c / d / e / f / g / h / i / j / k / l / m / n / o / Read More →

This week’s What to Read Wednesday theme is elephants. It was an easy one for me, since I grew up on the Saggy Baggy Elephant, Babar, Dumbo and Horton. Like I mentioned last week, it’s a joy for me to pass down those same timeless tales to my own children. Saggy Baggy Elephant / Babar / Horton Hears Read More →

Yesterday we celebrated the US of A’s Independence Day. As a mother to and daughter of immigrants (by way of China and Canada, respectively) I’m especially grateful to reside in the land of the free– of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. As with any birthday —and true to the prevailing theme on our Read More →

I’m blogging through the alphabet with A Net in Time & Hopkins Homeschool, and all the way to the letter X. In our homeschool X is for eXtracurricular activities. a / b / c / d / e / f / g / h / i / j / k / l / m / n / o / Read More →

Continuing along with Hopkins Homeschool & A Net in Time, we are blogging through the alphabet and on the letter V this week. Hasn’t every homeschool family built a model volcano that erupts baking soda and vinegar? I’m pretty sure it’s a requisite rite of passage. Little known fact about me: I love volcanos. It’s a fascination fueled by Read More →