SEASONS

our homeschool in pictures | april + may
Human knowledge is never contained in one person. It grows from the relationships we create between each other and the world, and still it is never complete.  ― Paul Kalanithi, When Breath Becomes Air _______________________________
our homeschool in pictures | March
  Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We shall get there some day. ― A.A. Milne, Winnie the Pooh _____________________________ spring herbs + tales of Benjamin Bunny a small lesson about finding God in
our homeschool in pictures | february
“Why else do any of this if not to become who we want to be?” ― Anthony Doerr, All the Light We Cannot See __________________________ planting potatoes, the first of our spring garden handmade valentines
eucalyptus + lavender sachets for the winter closet
I love fresh eucalyptus, and it’s quite possible to find a bundle in a vase or drying on a wall somewhere around our home often. My children tease me that I’m trying to allure koalas,
for the weekend | handmade, eco-friendly valentines
As a child, Valentine’s Day was one of my favorites. At home, our celebration was beautifully simple, typically a special dessert or snack or note in our lunchbox. At school, we had an elaborate celebration
for the weekend | a winter cocktail
It’s Friday, friends! Do you feel a deep sigh of relief, too? The weekend is here, and again I’m ready for it. I’m beginning a new series here this year creatively titled “for the weekend”–I know, how did
chai waffles with sautéed pears and berries
The gifts are wrapped. Our school work is finished. Mark is home, and yesterday marked the final Sunday of Advent, meaning Christmas is merely four sleeps away. Our family welcomed this week with a leisure
handmade salt dough ornaments
These weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas seem to pass too quickly each year. Between the fluster of finishing our school work, giving or making gifts, visiting family, and joining local celebrations with friends, time feels
essentially styled | a warm cashmere sweater
Once upon a moon, I shared simple basics from my closet here. It was a way I celebrated what I already owned and some of the ways I reinvented these essentials with a new piece