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Review: God Schooling by Julie Polanco

I recently speed-read through Julie Polanco’s book, God Schooling: How God Intended Children to Learn. It was both an easy and difficult book to review, and whether you like it or not, I will tell you why.   God Schooling came at a time when I was (still am!) struggling with our homeschool. We were […]

Do and Learn

Review: God Schooling by Julie Polanco

I recently speed-read through Julie Polanco’s book, God Schooling: How God Intended Children to Learn. It was both an easy and difficult book to review, and whether you like it or not, I will tell you why.   God Schooling came at a time when I was (still am!) struggling with our homeschool. We were […]

Review: Home School in the Woods

Home School in the Woods has been one of my homeschool favorites ever since I reviewed  their Middle Ages Passport Project and the Time Travelers Early 19th Century. This time, we got to review their Hands-on History Activity-Paks on Composers.     Hands-On History Activity-Paks comprise a lapbook on a specific theme, plus a couple of […]

Review: Northwest Treasures

I started this review not quite sure what to expect. My younger daughter likes dinosaurs; she has a pocket-sized dino reference book, and she has the names and details of her favorites memorized. We watched the trailer for Northwest Treasures’  Dinosaurs and the Bible course, and decided that it would make an interesting and enlightening endeavor. […]

House and Home

Easy Appetizers: Chicken Liver Pate

Longtime readers will know that The Hubby and I love cooking and having people over, and over the years, we’ve collected several go-to recipes that we can pretty much do with our eyes closed, and still please (most of) our guests’ palates. This super easy chicken liver pate is one of those recipes, and even […]

HP Bulletin # 392

We HPs are settling in our new house, and everyone except me seems to have adjusted to the much, much colder weather. I wear a long-sleeved turtleneck top under a sweatshirt under a jacket, plus pants and extra thick socks while the girls run around barefoot with no jackets; The Hubby even wears shorts around […]

The HPs Are Now Much Cooler

And we mean that literally. We moved up to Baguio City, where the temperatures range from 12 to 22 degrees. Washing dishes can be freezing, and a hot shower is one of the most wonderful things in the world. It took quite some time for us to get here though. The Hubby and I had […]