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This is the way we clean…

One thing I think is lacking with some young adults is the ability to survive on their own. It’s interesting that many animals set their young out on their own very soon after birth but humans don’t mature nearly as quickly. Young adults frequently enter adulthood without the ability to do their own laundry, balance … Continue reading

Home is where your heart is.

I know, that’s a corny phrase. But it’s true. I have learned that it doesn’t matter where I live as long as I have a roof over my head, food in my tummy and my family with me. In my previous post, I mentioned that we are living in a makeshift studio apartment in the … Continue reading

The Itsy Bitsy Spider

Recently, my hubby and I were taking out the garbage and he happened to notice an itsy, bitsy, spider working very hard to catch a boxelder bug. The bug was, as you can see, significantly larger than the little spider. That didn’t seem to phase the spider in the least. So, we took this teachable … Continue reading

Homeschool planning

Well, we are a couple of weeks into our brand new adventures in homeschool. It’s gone fairly well so far. We’ve started very slowly and then added as he showed interest. We started with Bible and character training. I’m using Character Building For Families Volume 1, by Lee Ann Rubsam. (For more information on this … Continue reading

The Title of My Blog

When I decided that I wanted to blog, I struggled to find a name for my blog that I liked, that fit what I would be sharing and, well, that wasn’t already taken. I finally settled on There’s No Place Like Home because my home is so much a reflection of who I am and … Continue reading