Monthly Archives: June 2017

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

I LAVA you and other silly jokes…Homemade Summer School Week 1

Ok, so if you missed my intro post, I plan on this being the Hardest Working, Best Summer I’ve Ever Had.  Why? Because I am on summer break, and I’m going to host my own ‘summer school’ for my four-year-old. I decided since I am a teacher, and he is a learner, and we have

Homemade Summer School–an Introduction

Need some ideas for summer projects for the little ones? Feel free to borrow or be inspired from the ideas I’ve found from others, and ones of my own to help you find fun things to do with your kiddos this summer! Follow my Summer Ideas on Pintrest by clicking here. I love teaching, but

Blackberry Sage & Ginger Lemonade

  One of the best things about this drink is that it is really different. If you’re a fan of the Melting Pot, then you may have heard of (or tried) something like this before, but if you haven’t then you are in for a special treat. This drink is sweet and tangy, with a