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Straight from the Author

A Blog by Linda Lacour Hobar

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As the author of The Mystery of History, I wanted a place to stay in touch with my readers and ponder out loud matters of the heart, our homes, and history. I’m glad you’re here! ~Linda
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Today I'm going to share my heart about setting goals for the new year. It's time for grace—and focusing on the immeasurable rather than the measurable. So breathe a sigh of freedom and read on...

Setting Goals for the New Year—With Grace and Immeasurable Results

Today I’m going to share my heart about setting goals for the new year. But, there’s a…

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I hope you've been enjoying my whimsical rendition of the 12 Days of Christmas with "The 12 Days of Homeschool." If nothing else, I hope my little stories and tips make you feel like you're not alone in this difficult journey. Homeschooling IS hard work! And half the time it is the small annoyances that frustrate us the most. (We might as well laugh at them.)

The 12 Days of Homeschool (Part 4 of 4)

I hope you’ve been enjoying my whimsical rendition of the 12 Days of Christmas with “The 12…

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Last week we started my 12 tips on handling those “less-than-perfect” homeschool days. Since it’s near the holiday season, I am following my own whimsical rendition of the 12 Days of Christmas with “The 12 Days of Homeschool.” If you missed the last post, click here. Also, enjoy the fun printable of my little ditty that’s at the bottom of this post.

The 12 Days of Homeschool (Part 3 of 4)

Last week we started my 12 tips on handling those “less-than-perfect” homeschool days. Since it’s near the…

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12 Days of Homeschool Part 2

The 12 Days of Homeschool (Part 2 of 4)

Last week we started my 12 tips on handling those “less-than-perfect” homeschool days. Since it’s near the…

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The 12 Days of Homeschool (Part 1 of 4)

Hi friends! I have 12 tips to share on handling those “less-than-perfect” homeschool days. Since it’s near…

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Lessons we can learn from the story of Pompeii

Pompeii—Buried by Ash!

On the morning of August 24, A.D. 79, the Roman city of Pompeii was bustling like normal.…

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Belshazzar and Cyrus—Where Bible History and World History Meet!

The Bible is full of peculiar stories. One of those involves Daniel, Belshazzar, Cyrus—and a mysterious handwriting…

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The Mysterious Death of Mozart

Context brings meaning to history. So, consider this: while colonists were rioting against the Stamp Act—prior to…

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