Author: Rachelle Ferguson

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Anne Lamott on The Truth About First Drafts

From Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life, by Anne Lamott: “People tend to look at successful writers…and think that they sit down at their desks every morning feeling like a million dollars, feeling great about who they are and how much talent they have and what a great story they have to tell; […]

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Writing Process: Pen or Keyboard?

I often hear the question, “Do you write your scripts by hand first, or do you always type?” It’s a common enough debate among writers, and I’ve heard pros and cons for both approaches. On the pen-and-paper side, you have the advantage of a more physical connection with the words, which engages your mind and […]

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Madeleine L’Engle on the Servant Artist

From Walking on Water: Reflections on Faith & Art, by Madeleine L’Engle: “Obedience is an unpopular word nowadays, but the artist must be obedient to the work, whether it be a symphony, a painting, or a story for a small child. I believe that each work of art, whether it is a work of great […]

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What They Did While I Was Gone…

The Dragonfly Study Center has been a work in progress for many months now, ever since we moved in last fall. We’ve made improvements bit by bit—uprooting bushes, painting shutters, installing a new sign. But one project we’d been planning since October but couldn’t tackle until warmer weather arrived was repainting the gables under the […]

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Last Week in Oxford

I’m home! (After what felt like a very short three weeks!) I’m thankful both to have gone and to have come home. Now that the long weekend is past and I’m back to work, I’m finally able to post the last of my photos from the final week of my trip. I’ve uploaded a whole album […]

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Week #2 in Oxford

My second-week post is a bit late due to WiFi issues earlier in the week, but better late than never, I guess! So technically this is “Week Two-and-a-half in Oxford.” Over the last ten days, my sister and I went punting, strolled through lovely parks, had a picnic in the backyard, experienced formal hall at […]

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Week #1 in Oxford

Today marks a full week since I left for the UK to visit my sister LaRae! I thought it was high time to share a few photos. (I’ve posted many more pictures from the trip on our Facebook page, so be sure to check those out!) I’ll post another update before long, and in the […]

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The Road Goes Ever On…

Anyone else feel surprised by summer this year? by it being May 1st all of the sudden? I’m nearly beside myself with joy to see leafy green everywhere and clean-slate skies. I always think of that e. e. cummings poem at this time of year: “I thank You God for most this amazing day:for the […]

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Kittywham at IHC 2018

After a quick weekend at home to rest up from last week’s Homeschool Convention, today you’ll find us back in Ohio again — this time at the Interchurch Holiness Convention in Dayton! Stop by our table and say hello if you’re here!

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Midwest Homeschool Convention 2018

It’s hard to believe we’re already in our third and last day at homeschool convention in Cincinnati! Stop by our booth if you’re here today!

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