I love being a part of that world, I love the characters, the setting, the story. And I don’t want it to end. Once I’ve read the last page, it is over. I can never again go back and be in that world in the same way and so I don’t want to leave.
I used to devour books. But I spend more time reading articles and blogs now. I want to get back to reading more real books so with that end in mind I have decided to record the books I read each term.
I already have 35 ebooks loaded… and adding new ones each day. I can’t believe how many great ebooks that Amazon gives away for free! I haven’t even begin to fully explore my Kindle but that’s all part of it, isn’t it?
We are constantly bombarded with advertisements – on the Internet, TV, radio, newspapers, magazines, in the daily mailbox, etc. Advertising is designed to turn our thinking to the exact opposite of Luke 12:15. Advertising tells us that we want, need more: bigger, better, stronger.
The truth is provocative. Truth hurts. Truth is under attack
Book fairs, homeschool curriculum displays can make one’s heart beat faster and palms get sweaty. We all want to make the most of our time at a book fair. Here are my tips for getting the best out of my time at a curriculum fair.
Where I share just a little of our lifestyle and how it looks, what sort of books we use in this pursuit of a Bible based, Cross-centric lifestyle of learning.