I’m very honored to have some of my photographs from a nature walk featured on the wonderful, new nature blog, Mud Puddles to Meteors. I hope you’ll pop over there and take a look. Click here to see my photos on Mud Puddles to Meteors.
In addition to this, a short article I wrote along with some of my photographs of the William Harris Homestead has been published in Atlanta Homeschool magazine. Check out page 22. This is an awesome magazine that homeschoolers anywhere and non-homeschooling locals can get something out of. I’m honored to be part of it.
I’m honored that Simple Homeschool recently published a guest post that I wrote for them. It’s titled “Using Storytelling in Your Home Education.” I hope you’ll check it out, and be sure to also check out and share my storytelling resources page. I will be focusing part of this blog on storytelling, and I hope my blog will be a resource and inspiration to get parents to start telling more stories to their children!
What I loved most about my “Granny” was the stories she told about growing up on a farm with four brothers, two sisters, and all the “tricks” they pulled. This was my first introduction to the power of a story. Not only did they captivate me, but they gave me insight to where I came from. I can still hear her voice telling them in my mind.