Travels

Book Review – Sir Ernest Shackleton’s South
[caption id="attachment_45864" align="aligncenter" width="610"] Photo Credit: Library of Congress[/caption] Before the space age dawned, the great frontiers for adventure and exploration were the polar regions. Sir Ernest Shackleton was part of two¬†expeditions which set "Furthest South" records in 1902 and 1909, striving for the South Pole. After Captain Robert Scott's death on the way back…
Pushing Mama Up a Mountain
I was so excited about taking our children to Yellowstone National Park. I'd been there with my family as a child and some of the happiest memories of my father, who's been in heaven many years are centered around that area. Unfortunately, I tore a ligament in my knee on one of our conference trips…
From South Carolina to Wisconsin!
Dear Brethren, We had a very good conference in South Carolina at the Teach Them Diligently Convention. Our session on "Shining Armor: Your Son's Battle for Purity" and the first getting started "Homeschooled from the Beginning" session were both packed out with folks on the floor. Despite the worst booth ever (seriously - you couldn't…