Raising Readers in a Technological Era

From the time our children were babies we read to them a lot, identifying pictures in books. Building their vocabularies, along with a love of books, one word at a time. And it paid off! Our daughter could already say many words at 9 months, and by age one spoke in complete phrases! Our son, also an early starter, was just a bit behind his sister. 

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Good News (Except to Slow Living)

Are Italy’s remote mountain villages finally entering the modern world?

Though it likely won’t seem like good news to anyone but us, we are thrilled! It’s as though our summer village has entered the modern world. Our phone internet works, and using it as a hot spot, I’m even able to do this post on my computer!!

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5 Steps to Reclaim Your Life From the Internet

Because there’s so much more to life than keeping up with social media, subscriptions, blogging, and all the rest…

Have you ever had any epiphany moments in your life? Those aha! moments, that make you sit up and take notice? I have, and one came to me recently. 

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Two Months Without Internet

Think you couldn’t go two months without internet? Just think of all you’re missing out on by not unplugging…

Could you handle two months without internet?

Long ago (or so it seems) in pre-Covid days, we would spend most of the summer visiting friends and churches or down in our summer home. And most of the time without internet, going without for even two months!

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