New England Travel: The Rebecca Nurse Homestead

On a gorgeous summer day in New England, my family and I were lucky enough to visit the Rebecca Nurse Homestead last summer. If the name Rebecca Nurse sounds familiar but you can’t quite place it, it is because Rebecca was one of the most well-known victims of the Salem Witch trials.    Rebecca was a […]

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Upcoming Class & Fiber Art Retreat

     Happy New Year, friends! I have a good feeling about 2018. I was so ready to shake off 2017, and now I’m ready for a year of creating, tea drinking, friends and adventures. My first adventure will combine all of these things! I will once again be attending the Eureka! Fiber in the […]

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Living History: The Murrell Home in Oklahoma

    This past weekend, my daughter and I set off on a gorgeous late spring morning, just after torrential rains and window-shaking thunderstorms the night before. The storms had brought in cooler temperatures, which get fewer and farther between as we head toward summer out here in Oklahoma.    We were headed toward The […]

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Postcards from Little House On The Prairie

     For the past week or so we’ve been listening to the Little House on the Prairie series on CD while we’re in the car. And since we are just finishing our first year of home learning, we decided to take advantage of our flexible schedule. On Mother’s Day Evening, as we came to […]

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An Ozark Fiber Retreat

   A few weeks ago, I loaded my spinning wheel in the car before the sun was even up and headed to the Ozarks; I was off to my first ever art retreat! And this one was special, because it was all about fiber art!   Hosted by Vicki and Debbie from Fleece ‘N Flax in […]

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