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Open Windows ~ A Simple Pleasure

Open Windows are a Simple Pleasure

Our air conditioning went out in mid-July, so what could we do? We opened our doors and windows to capture the breeze and keep our home as comfy as possible. Open windows are another simple pleasure that I particularly enjoy during spring and fall, but when the a/c goes out, it’s a reminder that at …

Seek and Ye Shall Find ~ How God Provided

Seek and Ye Shall Find

One of the ladies at the facility where I volunteer was distraught. Her chronological Bible had been lost during her transfer. We own one of those, so I knew exactly what it looked like. I made a mental note, and planned to go to the thrift store to look for one when our Bible study …

A Gentle Breeze

A Gentle Breeze

The term “Godincidence” first entered my vocabulary about twenty years ago, and through the years I’ve learned to see God at work in everyday occurrences. It never ceases to amaze me, to become aware of His presence. Many Godincidences have become treasured memories. Coincidence? I’m afraid that oftentimes people write things off as coincidence¬†when it’s …

Homeschooling and Entrepreneurship

Walmart Locker on Mid-Life Blogger

Our son, Hayden, lacks one class for his Associates degree, but an opportunity caused him to put his college education on hold. Opportunity Knocks A few years ago, Hayden decided to buy a computer repair business.¬†Not too long after he bought it, a local tv station invited him to appear for a short interview. It …

The Birth of Curren Christian Academy ~ How Our Family Began Homeschooling

The Birth of Curren Christian Academy ~ How Our Family Began Homeschooling

How we came to homeschooling.

Welcome to My World ~ Transitions

Hi, I’m Michelle. I just celebrated my 53rd birthday and I’m transitioning into the empty nest phase. After spending fourteen years homeschooling my two children, I feel both excited and uneasy about what the future holds. I enjoy writing and I think I lead a fairly interesting life, so I thought I’d try sharing some …