The virtue of serving others is not only a Christian ideal but a life skill. As homeschool families, we recognize the significance of being active and engaged in the community at large. Despite the often touted misconception that homeschoolers are “unsocialized,” the truth is that the homeschool community is vibrant, active, and knows how to… Read More Creative Service for All Ages
It’s Saint Nicholas Day! Did you leave out your shoes? The good saint came to the Veils and Vocations homestead and left a pile of fruit, candies, and a small treat for each child. The kids are contentedly enjoying the treasures…sugar will be kicking in soon. I jumped on here to share an amazing opportunity… Read More Saint Nicholas Sparkly Party, Fundraiser, and Giveaway!
I have been trying to blog, but quite honestly, I have been reeling from the recent videos released about Planned Parenthood. I’ve watched undercover videos of them before, but these are the most raw and troubling ever. I had so much to say, yet no words to share it. Last night, as I was getting… Read More 7QT: Why We Can’t Let this Go!
To kick off my series on the works of Mercy, I am compiling my five favorite ideas for families to live the virtue of Feeding the Hungry. There are so many who are hungry out there, it truly is the easiest to start with. In raising our children, we want them to not just know… Read More Works of Mercy Bouquet: Part 1
I don’t have a bucket list, per se. Sure, there are things I’d like to do, but I won’t feel my life a failure if I don’t get to do them. However, I have formulated what I call my “Million Dollar Plan.” These are the things I would do, if I ever were handed a… Read More My Million Dollar Plan