Making a Child Feel Important and Special

After our trip to the museum on Wednesday, Ray and I enjoyed a taxi ride from Montreal on the northern bank of the St. Lawrence River to Boucherville on the south side of the river. Traveling with us were Dan, another Pierre Boucher descendant from Phoenix, and his wife Kathy. Our driver dropped us off at Eglise […]

A Day Off That Counts as School!

We have two bonuses today. First, you can download a printable picture frame to remind you to celebrate each moment with your family. Second, you can download our free WWII field trip guide with things to see and do in all 50 states. Download Picture Frame Download Field Trip Guide As you homeschool this year, remember […]

Honoring Her Children’s Father

One of the booths at the WOW festival at Tennessee Tech on Saturday showcased the Eastern European country of Lithuania. By the end of the 1300s, Lithuania was the largest country in Europe. It lost its independence in 1795; regained it after World War I; was annexed by Russia and became part of the U.S.S.R. in […]

I like to be told.

“Silence is golden . . . ” sang the Four Seasons on the B-side of their hit single, “Rag Doll,” released in 1964, the same year that the Beatles first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show. The song is early 60’s rock ‘n roll; so naturally, it’s a love song. I’ve never remembered the verses, but […]