Monthly Archives: February 2016

Tiramisu Homeschooling

Are you familiar with the dessert tiramisu? It’s a luscious, Italian confection constructed of coffee-dipped lady fingers, layered with a delectable, whipped concoction of eggs, sugar, cocoa, and Italian mascarpone cheese. But, the actual translation of the word tiramisu means “wake me up,” “cheer me up,” “lift me up,” or “pick me up,” depending on […]

Presidents’ Day and Our Founding Virtues

In honor of Presidents’ Day and the 2016 ongoing presidential campaign, I thought it would be appropriate to post an article I wrote for The Old School House Magazine last year titled, Our Founding Virtues. I hope you enjoy it. Blessings, Sharon Gibson Owner and Author | Homeschool Legacy | Once-a-Week Unit Studies Why did […]