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Corinne Cunningham
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creating in the midst: Melanie Haney
Welcome to Creating in the Midst , a blog interview series that focuses on homeschooling parents who are in the midst of their own creative pursuits. Today marks our first interview, and I'm thrilled to introduce you all to my dear friend Melanie Haney. Mel...
Welcome to Creating in the Midst, a blog interview series that focuses on homeschooling parents who are in the midst of their own creative pursuits. Today marks our first interview, and I'm thrilled to introduce you all to my...
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March's book pile
March's list is diverse and full of both fiction and non fiction. Here we go... 1.  Etched on Me: A Novel  by Jenn Crowell This novel was absolutely hearbreaking. I cried several times, and cringed through passages that if it were a movie I would have cover...
March's list is diverse and full of both fiction and non fiction. Here we go... 1. Etched on Me: A Novel by Jenn Crowell This novel was absolutely hearbreaking. I cried several times, and cringed through passages that if i...
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the duality of motherhood
{photo credit: my mom, June 2008} A dozen mothers sat in a circle on the floor, toddlers bounding from laps to toys and back again. Pregnant with my second child, a daughter who was at that time the size of a watermelon in utero, I juggled my son who, at ye...
{photo credit: my mom, June 2008} A dozen mothers sat in a circle on the floor, toddlers bounding from laps to toys and back again. Pregnant with my second child, a daughter who was at that time the size of a watermelo...
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February's book pile
February brought with it cold temperatures, lots of snow, and plenty of opportunities to curl up with a book {or ten....} Below are the books that I read this past month....  1.  Free to Live: Create a Thriving Unschooling Home by Pam Laricchia As with  Fre...
February brought with it cold temperatures, lots of snow, and plenty of opportunities to curl up with a book {or ten....} Below are the books that I read this past month....  1. Free to Live: Create a Thriving Unschooling ...
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celebrating together
Yesterday we spent two hours in the woods across the river from our house. After we passed the sledding hill we didn't catch site of another human being for our entire adventure. The crunch and swish of our snowshoes kept us all company, as did little sibli...
Yesterday we spent two hours in the woods across the river from our house. After we passed the sledding hill we didn't catch site of another human being for our entire adventure. The crunch and swish of our snowshoes kept us ...
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down the rabbit hole and back
Last night I traveled down the rabbit hole of Throw Back Thursday {#tbt if we're being all proper...because it's a thing...} which means I scrolled through years of photos on our server,and I let a few tears fall and smiled so big that my face hurt.  Becaus...
Last night I traveled down the rabbit hole of Throw Back Thursday {#tbt if we're being all proper...because it's a thing...} which means I scrolled through years of photos on our server,and I let a few tears fall and smiled s...
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creating in the midst...
Today I'd like to introduce a series that will be unfolding here in the coming weeks: Creating in the Midst. This past year as I've begun to dive deeper into my writing I've been more intentional with my time, creating space for my words... my art. It's bee...
Today I'd like to introduce a series that will be unfolding here in the coming weeks: Creating in the Midst. This past year as I've begun to dive deeper into my writing I've been more intentional with my time, creating space ...
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March's book pile
March's list is diverse and full of both fiction and non fiction. Here we go... 1.  Etched on Me: A Novel  by Jenn Crowell This novel was absolutely hearbreaking. I cried several times, and cringed through passages that if it were a movie I would have cover...
March's list is diverse and full of both fiction and non fiction. Here we go... 1. Etched on Me: A Novel by Jenn Crowell This novel was absolutely hearbreaking. I cried several times, and cringed through passages that if i...
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collections and reflections
{Collections and Reflections...} Seashells and painted stones line our windowsills, decorating chipped paint and smudged panes. Touchstones of quiet, reminders of waves and creativity...  I've been thinking about how I used to write so much, online. About h...
{Collections and Reflections...} Seashells and painted stones line our windowsills, decorating chipped paint and smudged panes. Touchstones of quiet, reminders of waves and creativity...  I've been thinking about how I ...
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28 Days of Play
Today I have the pleasure of participating in Rachel Cedar's 28 Days of Play series. For the month of February and into March, parents are sharing their thoughts on the subject of play. I've been reading along and there have been such wonderful insights and...
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January's book pile...
You all know I love books. I love smelling them, fresh from the library or the Amazon box. I love holding them, the weight of pages filling my hands or sitting on my lap. I love thinking about the work and pride that went into each one. And I love reading.....
You all know I love books. I love smelling them, fresh from the library or the Amazon box. I love holding them, the weight of pages filling my hands or sitting on my lap. I love thinking about the work and pride that went int...
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I enjoyed An Affair to Remember. The topic of love is not quite my interest as of late, but I do enjoy the thought of  soul confessionals. I've always preferred a hand written sincere note over an email. Thanks for the suggestion, Corinne!
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2015... shaking things off
And so it begins, another year. 2014 was the year I spent dwelling on abundance, and low and behold there was much abundance. There was always enough of everything, if not more. Even when it didn't seem like it was possible. Food. Money. Shelter. Love. Pati...
And so it begins, another year. 2014 was the year I spent dwelling on abundance, and low and behold there was much abundance. There was always enough of everything, if not more. Even when it didn't seem like it was possible. ...
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In her circles
81 people
Have her in circles
129 people
Tammy Lee Bradley's profile photo
Paulo Silveiro's profile photo
Shubham Naik's profile photo
Tamara Gavric's profile photo
Viki vera's profile photo
Amy McGuire's profile photo
Alex Iwashyna's profile photo
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    1999 - 2003
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