My aunt contacted me about her sister who was going in for chemo therapy. She wanted a purple and white quilt with either flowers or hearts made as a throw to keep her sister warm. I made this in about a week or less and it was pretty simple to make hearts. I was later…… Continue reading Heart Quilt
Spider-man: Homecoming; 2017 3.75 stars (w/ Tom Holland, Michael Keaton, Robert Downey Jr. Zendaya, Marisa Tomei, Laura Harrier, Jon Favreau, Jacob Batalon) The comics were always pretty funny and had adventure all the way through. The Tobey McGuire version captured that, but he wasn’t a young enough Peter Parker. I did like the second Spider-man…… Continue reading Movie Suggestion Post 118
This year we are doing some American history and Asian history studies. This is one of the areas that I decided to not follow a set curriculum, but pretty much have been doing a DIY. I am loving it. It has caused my boys and I to read sometimes for hours and other times to…… Continue reading Homeschooling: Japan Study
Although I have posted in the past that we have gone to the J.A. McFaul Environmental Center, one of our homeschooling co-ops had a field trip there with a program where the kids could learn how apple cider is made. Every student received an apple and had to wash it. They then got to crush…… Continue reading Field Trip: Making Apple Cider
I listen to the Cohesive Home podcast whenever an episode is released. Kate recently had her third child and Melissa has three kids. They were talking about items that they may or may not have needed as minimalist parents of babies months ago now. It got me thinking to what my favorite products were when…… Continue reading Items to Buy When Having a Baby as a Minimalist
For our smallest homeschooling co-op, while it was nicer weather, we went on a field trip to a beautiful and fun place before being confined in for more class time. Learning through going out to places sticks with kids. Duke Farms is such a cool place!! They use so many neat forms of sustainability for…… Continue reading Field Trip: Duke Farms
When living in a small home, how am I able to make space for much of anything?? The apartment we lived in before was slightly larger than where we live now (and was a one bedroom apt, while we are now in a smaller place with two bedrooms). We could not fit our large wooden…… Continue reading I’m so Spaced Out!