Wednesday, July 27, 2011

The Old Schoolhouse

If you are a homeschooler, you might enjoy taking a look at the brand new Summer 2011 digital edition of . . .

           ~The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine~

. . . which contains the same content and design as the print edition of the Summer 2011 issue which was released this week.

I have an article in the Chapel column on page 24-26. TOS is offering this digital issue of the magazine totally free with no strings attached. Enjoy reading my article and the rest of the magazine–no registration or email address required! If you wish, you may also share this issue of TOS with your friends by clicking on the share button at the top of the magazine pages.

                                                         ~Sara~



(Photo credit: Cover of Summer 2011 issue)
                                              

4 comments:

Kristin said...

Your article is so lovely, Sara. :)

Mrs. Rhonda Henrich said...

Sara,
I just read your article in The Old Schoolhouse. What a blessing to have such a neighbor and be able to share in his heritage. Your children are learning so much from this special relationship. I'm sure your dear neighbor is being blessed as well by your sweet family so nearby.
May God richly bless you all!

Life by the Handful said...

I just read your article in TOS and was moved to tears. Living across the country from family allows me to see the brevity of life. Seems kind of contradictory, but when my parents come for their annual visit, I'm able to see the aging process more clearly than my sisters and brother who live close by and just see gradual changes. As sad as it makes me feel that one day I will have to bury my parents, and that eventually my children will lay my husband and I to rest, like you I'm thankful that it's only a temporary absence. Blessed by your words,
Erica

Our Homeschool Reviews said...

I just read your article in the TOS magazine. Brought me to tears. How blessed your family is to be able to hear his stories.

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