homeschooling-history · Oklahoma

Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum

Over our spring break, we were able to visit the Chilsholm Trail Museum in Duncan, Oklahoma. It was the nicest little museum I’ve been to in a very long time. Maybe ever. It was only about a forty minute drive, reasonably priced and very entertaining. My favorite part was the film presentation. Most museums have… Continue reading Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum

homeschooling · Oklahoma

A Day at the Capitol

On February 10, we were able to join other homeschoolers from around the state for “Homeschool Day at the Capitol”. It was an opportunity to meet with our state legislators and let them know we appreciate their work, as well as give our opinions on any legislation that might affect homeschooling in the state of… Continue reading A Day at the Capitol


I Love Oklahoma

It’s never easy to leave home. Even though I’m so thankful that I am now part of such an amazing church family, I must admit that I sometimes feel homesick. I miss the trees, the fall colors, the honeysuckle, and most of all, the warm ambiance of one very special brown brick house – the… Continue reading I Love Oklahoma

Family Fun · family-scrapbook · Oklahoma

Oklahoma City

Last week, my girls had to say goodbye to a friend who is moving with her family to a new Army post. It was a sad night. Because we were a little sad, and because we all lost an hour of sleep last weekend, ¬†we decided that our little homeschool would begin our spring break… Continue reading Oklahoma City