Category: About

Why You Should Not Read My Blog

I can think of several reason why you would not want to frequent my site. 1) My grammar and sentence structure is atrocious.I vacillate between ‘we’ and ‘I’ and at other times I get my tenses all confuddled. I (that would be Susan) write the posts on this site. All of it. However…

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The Poem of Susan

Home Grown Kids she is to you, Call her Susan but never Sue. Healthy lifestyle is her passion, Goji Juice the latest fashion.
A treadmill is she said to own: but seldom do we hear the drone, for often is it said than done, Susan would rather be having fun… like working on her blog or sipping tea and eating chocolate log

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Things I Firmly Believe

Five Things that I Firmly Believe and are the most important to my life as a Christian. I believe the Bible is the inspired, infallible, inerrant Word of God. It is the final authority for faith and practice. I believe in one God, who is Creator of all, who has revealed Himself in three distinct Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

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Agree or Disagree? Something To Add?

Whether or not you agree with something I’ve written or disagree I’d like to hear it. Maybe you have a different perspective on an issue – feel free to share how you think or have acted in a situation. It will encourage and minister to me and the other readers of this blog.

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Theresa from LittleDarlins tagged me. 1) What is your school name and why? HomeGrownKids. Having a...

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About me…

I am a 40 something mother who delights in being a wife and mother. In a nutshell, I could be classified as Bible-First, keeper-of-the-home, eclectic, thematic, literature-loving, God-fearing, natural learner, Daughter of The King. I want to proclaim the gospel to my children and teach them the ways of the Lord. I want to encourage others to proclaim the kerugma!
I manage the home and family logistics.
I teach my children at home.
I build and manage websites. I participate in online forums.
I read. I study.
I drink coffee and eat chocolate. Occasionally, I cook.

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Random Quote

Every homeschool day is unique. You will find the rhythm and flow that move through each day. Your daily routines lend a basic structure around which you create the rest of the day. Always be ready to cast the schedule to the wind when something wondrous is happening. An unusual bug, a sudden hailstorm, the birth of kittens, the best game of Monopoly ever played: that is the best learning opportunity for your children this very day.

— Ann Lahrson-Fisher