Freezer Cooking: Part One

What’s For Dinner? Part One Well, ladies – it’s January once again. If you are like me, you spent the end of December making cookies, eating too much sugar, and procrastinating putting together a school schedule. Now it’s time to get back in the swing of things, and return to the endless juggling of school, laundry, and cooking. I know… Read More

Dealing with Chronic Illnesses Part 3: Dreading Winter

December is my favorite month of the year because it includes my two favorite holidays: Jesus’ birthday and my birthday. I love the presents (giving as well as receiving), the wrapping, the sights, the sounds, the smells, the anticipation, the caroling, the baking, the planning, the partying—all of it. At least, December was my favorite month until I was diagnosed… Read More

The Abnormal Schedule

With Christmas behind us you might be inclined to think I’m turning my mind toward diving back into homeschooling and our normal life. However, this year, that is not meant to be. This year we are moving to a new house and my days are consumed with packing up the contents of our old home. Normalcy is not to be… Read More