Making a House a Home involves all aspects of homemaking- cooking, cleaning, gardening, learning to be a godly wife and mother, and, above all, following the Lord Jesus Christ in all things.
Mrs. U, you always post the most helpful posts:) I truly love your blog. You and I started blogging at about the same time if I remember....Many years ago...LOL:)I am so glad we are friends, and hope to one day meet you when I go to Georgia:)Julieann
Hi Julieann!!!You are so sweet!! Yes, around 5 years ago we started blogging and time has flown, hasn't it? And WOW has blogging changed!!!Please let me know the next time y'all are here! I really hope to meet you sometime!His,Mrs. U
I found this video very interesting because I currently live in a house with 3 other students. Although we are all college students the question still arose as to how we were going to create a room with an atmosphere made for studying and work. I have gained many new ideas for an easy bedroom conversion to a study thanks to the post.
Homeschooling will be one of the most intimidating, some days aggravating, other days over-whelming tasks that you will ever undertake! However, just like parenting, it's also the most love-filled, rewarding, blessed journey that will fill you with many wonderful memories! Enjoy the adventure! Hugs.....
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