Monthly Archives: June 2017

She Owns The Knight & Bewitching The Knight by Diane Darcy

Bewitching the Knight: In Medieval Scotland, if she dresses, talks, and curses like a witch… Archaeologist Dr. Samantha Ryan has figured out where The Scottish Crown is hidden—an artifact that went missing over 750 years ago. Now she just needs to beat her lying, cheating competitor to the Highlands and find it first. When a

Sunday’s Best Roast Beef

One of the best things in life is comfort food. For me, rich, warm and savory roast beef with potatoes and carrots is on my list of feel-good foods. My mom has made this roast for my whole life, usually on Sunday mornings. She’d get up and put the roast on before we left for

DIY creative notebooks for kids

Going places this summer? Do your kiddos like to “collect” mementos from your travels? Start a cheap, easy, creative (& interactive) notebook! It can be as in-depth as your kid wants, and it is a cheap way to store all of the maps, brochures, pictures, thoughts and memories in one spot. Perfect for summer vacations

Week 2: Space & Reading

If you’ve been following along with my “Homemade Summer School” posts, then welcome back and thanks for checking in! Last week was the first week where we talked about landforms and volcanoes. To read how that went, or get ideas of what I did/used you can read that blog post here. It was a blast

Shadows on a Throne by Juliet Dymoke

(affiliate links included) Macbeth’s star is ascending. Successful in battle, ennobled by King Duncan and loved by his fellow thanes and lords, he has every reward he could want – including his longed-for wife Giorsal, the beautiful Lady Macbeth. So what madness makes him long to offer her a crown, to contemplate the unthinkable, to