Monthly Archives: September 2008

The Home Fire’s A-Going

“There is no place more delightful than one’s own fireplace.” Marcus Tullius Cicero, Ancient Roman Writer and Statesman, 106 BC – 43 BC. I’m totally delighting in this lovely fire my husband built tonight. The woodbox is full and the … Continue reading

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Don’t Get Mad!

Following up on my last post about teaching patience to children, here is another great resource I discovered on overcoming anger. I’ll be going through this short worksheet with my own children as well as my students. If you are … Continue reading

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Teaching Patience to Children

The information below comes from The Patient Parent. I’ve been praying for strategies to deal with a few (many, actually) of the students in my class who deal with anger management issues. What’s the best way to handle the child … Continue reading

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…that holds a mother to life…

Just wanted to share this wall hanging sign my mother-in-law gave me for my birthday last month. I love it. Do you ever feel this way? After my first hectic week of teaching, I’m needing my children! I’ve been mostly … Continue reading

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A Simple Woman – September 1

Hosted by Peggy at The Simple Woman For Today… Outside my Window…is a pale blue September sky, a hint of chill in the air. The day is warming up after a *freeze* last night! I am thinking…about God, His plans … Continue reading

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