I know. It’s time to put away Christmas stuff and move on with the New Year. I’m going to do it either tonight or tomorrow. I also want to thank all the kind and thoughtful people who sent us Christmas cards and photo cards in December. The boys helped me in putting them around our Jesse tree in this photo. We love reading and gazing on them!
It’s our first time to make a Jesse tree. I’m so happy that… read more
We’re almost to the end of the second quarter in our homeschooling. We had some sick days in the first week of January and also, Mama teacher has to take it easy as she needs to recuperate after her surgery.
Here’s what our calendar time look like in December.
It’s been my fourth week now after the surgery and the doctor said I can start lifting things. I’m glad I didn’t have to worry so much in washing laundry and… read more
I really enjoyed making chocolate candy out of a mold set lately. I am newly inspired to try this to form meaningful candies for us to eat in Christmastide. For us, we follow the traditional date for the feast of Epiphany which is tomorrow, January 6th. I made this so we can enjoy more in celebrating the big Feastday.
I remember melting candy melts the first time a couple of years ago. I first tried the heated pan method and… read more
When it’s a chance to show just how much you love USA, you need to be more creative than your neighbors and friends, to completely show them who’s the most patriotic. But just how do you show your patriotism? There are many holidays where it’s completely essential to get the Red and White, and Blue out or higher all over the place, like July 4, Labor Day, Memorial Day, and even Thanksgiving. These are the holidays that are probably the… read more