Motherhood. Homeschool. Life at Center-Age / Est. 2008
Professional freelance writer. Homeschool mom of three girls. Introvert and rebel. Life learner. Coffee addict.
The following post is a flashback, written shortly after I was diagnosed with Lyme and put on a restricted diet. Years later, I’m still on it. I’m still dealing with Lyme. A true addict, I’m still craving the sweet stuff. A few things are essential to my happy survival. They are faith, hope, love and until […]
This is the story of a wedding, a road trip and finding direction. We set out at the crack of dawn to drive north on a damp icky September morning. It was actually 9:30, but it felt earlier because it was Saturday. We were on our way to a wedding, in Lake Placid. ON Lake […]
I began researching colleges last year, when my daughter began her Freshman year of homeschooling high school. Does that sound a bit early? I feel that the more I know about college requirements for homeschooled students, the more effectively I can prepare my daughter for the admissions process. I think as a homeschool parent, it’s essential to know all the options available. […]
My youngest daughter has always been fascinated with ancient Egypt. This unique part of history never seems to loose it’s lure. Creating a paper mache bowl with an Egyptian flair was a fun way to explore her interests and learn about hieroglyphs and Egyptian art. This was the first time (in 13 years of mothering) […]