Ok, folks. Here I am after a long hiatus from blogging. There’s no real reason for the hiatus, just got caught up in real world living, I guess. I’ll start with one of the real world things I’ve been up to lately: pallet gardening. I really do enjoy gardening. Much reward and satisfaction comes from… Continue reading Pallet Garden
Nature study took a back seat in our homeschool this year. It wasn’t intentional, and I offer no clever excuse. I just didn’t make the effort to find the time, I guess. I could tell my nature-observing senses were growing dull, because I’d give a quick glance and an indifferent, “Huh,” whenever the kids presented me… Continue reading Rediscovering the Value of Nature Study
My girls have recently discovered the joy of creating miniature landscapes. A new store opened up in our Farmer’s Market called “Landscapes in Miniature,” and when we first stopped by a couple of weeks ago, the girls couldn’t stop exclaiming and squealing with delight over all the charming garden scenes spread before us. Pretty glazed flowerpots,… Continue reading Create Your Own Miniature Garden
Who knew hosta lily blooms could be so beautiful?! Allison captured a close up view of this one.
I can see the majesty and creativity of our God in all of nature, but I find myself being especially awed by the amazing detail and variety of His creation when I look closely at the small things. Past Pictures of the Week: Sleeping Beauty Girls In Yellow
Lately I’ve been entertaining the idea of using fresh herbs in my cooking more. I’m not very experienced at cooking with herbs, but would love to learn how. I was looking for fresh parsley in the grocery store a few months back, when I spotted some little potted herbs right there in the produce section.… Continue reading Kitchen Windowsill Herb Garden