You read that blog title correctly. I was given the privilege of being able to review the New Living Translation Version of the Waterproof Bible, New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs, from Bardin & Marsee Publishing. Ok, you might be asking yourself what is a waterproof Bible? Why would anyone need a waterproof Bible? I was asking myself that too. Avid outdoors people, the creators and publishers of the Waterproof Bible, Bobby and Anna Bardin and … Continue reading
Isaiah 40:8 The grass withereth, the flower fadeth: but the word of God shall stand for ever.
Have you ever been to a gathering where one of your colorful family members starts sharing stories from the past and wished you had a way to record them for future generations? If you have a Smartphone, iPad, or even a computer, it just got a little easier to capture and share those memories using the Saving Memories Forever app. After Harvey and Jane Baker, the founders and developers of the Saving Memories Forever app, … Continue reading
Learning a second language often seems difficult. I started teaching my children Spanish when they were in elementary school. We had used various programs specifically aimed at the younger set. Some of it stuck but for the most part when my children hit high school age they had maintained a fragmented knowledge of the Spanish language. We pressed on through high school but they found the process of learning Spanish boring and, perhaps because I … Continue reading
The Ultimate Homeschool Planner Anyone who knows me knows that I appreciate a good planner, so I was very pleased to have the opportunity to review The Ultimate Homeschool Planner and The Ultimate Weekly Planner for Teens. After using The Ultimate Homeschool Planner for a while, I quickly realized the versatility of this planner and found it not only good for homeschooling but could be easily adapted for all moms in general. Let me give … Continue reading
Were you taught this nursery rhyme poem when you were in school? Thirty days hath September, April, June, and November; February has twenty-eight alone. All the rest have thirty-one, Excepting leap-year—that’s the time When February’s days are twenty-nine. I actually never learned this until I was teaching my children. Not sure why not, but it just wasn’t in my childhood repertoire. I create this free copybook for you to share with your children. This book … Continue reading