About Me


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I am Becky.

 

I am messy and complicated. I am little hot tempered, but mostly kind.

I am a poet, a dreamer, a march-to-the-beat-of-my-own-drum kind of girl.

I dance in the rain and sometimes eat too much cheese.

I am fiercely loyal until you are not.

I am a work-in-progress. I am a Christian. I am flawed.

I am wonderful and strong. I am sometimes heartless.

I am loving. I am generous.

I am on a faith journey. I am becoming.

 

 

I love coffee, running, and Chipotle.

I love tattoos and piercings. I also love crochet and knitting.

I am modern AND old fashioned.

I am a living oxymoron.

I am a wife, a mother, a sister, a daughter, and a friend. Those are my relationships, but they are not who I am.

I write a lot about faith, homeschooling, and food. If none of those things interest you, I am probably not the blog for you.

Sometimes, I share my poetry. But not often…it’s too personal most of the time.

I share my struggles, too.

This is a little blog about my life.

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13 Comments

  1. karainmd

     /  May 31, 2007

    great blog Becky!! Love your header!!!

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  2. Becky…
    You do more than any other Super Mom I know!! Does the East Coast provide more hours in the day than the West?? I know there’s the whole DST thing…. Not sure what that’s about since I’ve never participated.
    You’re my hero 🙂
    xoxo

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  3. I was drawn in by your message here. I too have come to a new understanding of my spirituality and come to respect the love of God and reject my religious-cultic-traditional upbringing.

    The more I read the more I realize the importance of caring for God’s people in and outside of the church and giving back and sowing seeds of time and love to those who don’t have. I feel less guilt and more peace now in that aspect of my life anywho. Take care of you and your beautiful babies.

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  4. Hey there-
    Don’t know why I never wandered here before… great stuff. Even though I am not doing the HS thing, I appreciate what you do. 🙂

    See you tomorrow!
    Deb

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  5. Meagan

     /  July 17, 2009

    Becky–

    I just stumbled across your blog and wanted to say hi! We are a new homeschooling family (3 step-sons ages [almost] 14, 10, and 9) also using the CM method and from MD!

    Meagan

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  6. I stumbled across your blog and just wanted to say hello. I am also a homeschooler with 2 girls and a boy at home. It is such a blessing to be able to teach your own children, in your home, and also from a biblical perspective. I inspired one of my friends to consider it as an option for their family and they began homeschooling last year.

    May God bless you and your beautiful family.

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  7. Just found your blog, and wanted to link to you about homeschooling. Hope to check out more of your site in the upcoming days. Big Blessings

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  8. Hello! Nice to meet you. I saw your blog on Jimmie’s Charlotte Mason carnival. 🙂

    Amber

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  9. Anonymous

     /  January 18, 2012

    Hi Becky,

    I just wanted to say ‘Thank you’ for posting samples your children’s narrations, they have been very useful. I think more of these are what us newbies need to get us started on CM.

    HC

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  10. Candice

     /  March 13, 2012

    This is a great blog… Thanks for sharing… it is great to see so many similar interests… I WILL be reading MORE!

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  11. I awarded you with the Liebster Award! Check out my blog post for more details.

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  12. God bless you!

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  13. J Nimshi

     /  March 1, 2016

    Hi; I clicked on a THM recipe link but kept reading the rest of your posts. I can relate to not being ‘allowed’ to have a different opinion. I think now I’m the dysfunctional family’s scapegoat. sigh. Still married but I do all the school and home stuff. I’m envious of those who have a real house with a place for a garden. We do private school at home, 3 of my 4 children have graduated (I use HSLDA diploma), with 2 of them a year early due to meeting all the credits needed. Busy busy! 🙂 I have one left who is in 9th grade. I use different curriculum AO, CM, Robinson Curric, which sometimes is annoying for my kids lol. I’ve learned a bit more about their individual personalities, and like to custom teach as much as possible. We are sort of different even in the homeschool culture, I don’t agree with some things being taught no matter where it is. I hope to travel camp and explore with a couple of my kids soon. What I hope to reap from what I’ve sown are decent, loving human beings who can think critically and have empathy. Take care!

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