Dawn Smith, of the wonderful Mud Puddles to Meteors nature blog, asked me if I would share some of my photographs of our recent ice storm in Georgia. You can find that post by clicking here. Though the ice storm did a lot of damage, we were lucky enough to experience the wondrous side of the ice storm.
Also, I have written another Mindful Homeschooling post on the home / school / life blog. Click here for that.
Just a short post today to tell you that I’m happily sharing more of my photography on the Mud Puddles to Meteors blog today. I’m flattered that they want to share my work! These are some of my favorite images from our trip to Amelia Island, Florida a couple of years ago. We were celebrating my in-laws 50th anniversary. Check that out by clicking here.
And, the Massachusetts State Science & Engineering Fair found my post about the seven-year-old’s first science fair project, and they asked me if they could feature it on their blog as an example of how to get kids involved in science! Way to go, seven-year-old!! Check it out by clicking here.
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.