As we head into May and the end of this long, long, looooong year of homeschooling for my family, I find myself scraping the barrel for new and unique ideas for lesson plans. Fortunately for me, the beginning of...
Step aside Elf on the Shelf, there's a new wee little man in town. He's pint-sized, has an affinity for the color green, is notoriously hard to catch, and best of all, all the effort and creativity required for...
Each St. Patrick’s Day, my husband and I look forward to making our favorite Shepherd’s Pie recipe. The truth is, the history of the dish is a bit sketchy, so we don’t know if it is truly Irish or...
I don’t know about you, but I’ve had my fair share of margaritas over the past year. In March 2020, when words like lockdown, virtual learning, and Zoom were becoming commonplace, my family was in San Antonio for spring...
Today is Random Acts of Kindness Day and I think we can all agree that the world could benefit from a bit more kindness in general these days. When I started thinking about the topic, I realized that many...
Today is Ash Wednesday, and for Christians around the world, it marks the beginning of the 40-day journey of Lent. These days are a time Christians remember Jesus' 40 days in the wilderness before his ministry began. Christians use...
Ahh, Mardi Gras! It speaks to my soul. As someone raised in South Louisiana, I am here to tell you that Mardi Gras isn’t just drunken debauchery. Of course, that is part of it, but it's not the whole...
 February always gets me thinking about love. It’s Valentine’s Day month and whether you love, hate, or don’t even celebrate it, it’s the holiday that gets us out of that collective post holiday season slump. Spring Break is around...

Love is a Superpower!

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February is the month we recognize and appreciate “love” and the power it holds in our lives. Children exchange valentines and candy in classrooms. Lovers plan romantic dinners and special tokens of admiration for each other and florists gain...
Our country has spent the better part of a year engaged in conversations around the racial inequalities that plague our society. By now, most of us know what a huge problem this is, and we are looking for ways...

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