I know you are dying to know who the winner is from last week’s post. So I am going to be super quick about it!!! These were the GiveAway Books… Firstly my one legged side-kick and I have been home alone this week, everyone else is busy with holiday activities… and I can tell you […]
Entries Tagged as 'GiveAways and Swaps'
April 4th, 2012 · 5 Comments
March 27th, 2012 · 19 Comments
Helen Clark has written a Series for Day One Publications called “Pocket Bible People” and they are fantastic… I have blogged about them all before: Esther: God’s Invisible Hand. Ruth: More than a Love Story. Simon Peter: The Training Years and the Challenging Years. Well there is a new book out in this series, Joseph, […]
March 19th, 2012 · 8 Comments
I know you are dying to know who the winner is from last week’s post. So I am going to be super quick about it!!! These were the GiveAway Books… And a winner has to be chosen from all the comments: Mini-marshmallows did the trick… And one by one the marshmallows were picked off… one […]
March 14th, 2012 · 34 Comments
In the world of the mothering there is so much to teach our kids and if you homeschool then so much more… we want our kids to grow up to be honorable men and women, we have a mental list of virtues that we would like them to have as adults. Courage, perseverance, responsibility, self-discipline, […]
February 28th, 2012 · 2 Comments
I know you are dying to know who the winner is from last weeks post: Se7en + 1 of our Favorite Picture Books from South Africa. So I am going to be super quick about it!!! Here are the books… And here are all the comments: Over they go and mix them up… Carefully pick […]
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February 21st, 2012 · 19 Comments
Last week was International Book Giving Day and on our blog we wrote about friends who live in a rural village in Lesotho. They have a dream of building a library for the school and village. You can read about the differences between life in a Lesotho and ours… When we visited Lesotho last October […]
February 20th, 2012 · 33 Comments
When we began homeschooling there were not so many South African stories that I could read to my children knowing that they were learning about their country and their roots… but I have to say this has all changed and where the local story tellers used to be “three sad looking books on a shelf in the book store they now require wall space… and often these are the books my children are drawn to first. … If you would like a second chance I would love you to tweet our message out that we are busy builtding a library for Lesotho, one book at a time, for details read this post: Can we help @Se7en_hoods build a library in Lesotho!