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 girls have always been fascinated by castles, princesses and knights. Even after learning about the far less glamorous aspects of the time period through our Middle Ages study, they still felt there was much to be enjoyed. We read about medieval times from a variety of sources (you can find our book list below) […]