Teaching at Home vs. Teaching at School

I don't ever wanna hear another complaint from public school teachers about a "problem student" Having worked in public high schools, middle schools, elementary schools and pre-K, the challenges there just don't even stack up to the challenges of home educating your own children. 1) I bet public school teachers have never had their entire … Continue reading Teaching at Home vs. Teaching at School

Independence Day 2018

July 4th week is one that is really pensive. Between my husband and I, we have had family serve in the military for generations. So I'm always very humbled by the sacrifice of our United States military and armed forces. This year, I'm especially thankful for the freedoms I have in this nation; freedom of … Continue reading Independence Day 2018

Freedom Envy

This post makes me a bad person... Fortunately I have a good friend who pulled me back into reality. I woke up this morning for the third time around 6:00AM... not for another pregnancy bathroom break, but because my son was awake. As we are still in our temporary living situation, I opted to console … Continue reading Freedom Envy