To North Carolina and Back Again

20th June, 2010 - Posted by Claire Larsen - No Comments

It takes only eight hours. I am still amazesd that I can wake up in North Carolina and be home in Pennyslvania before dark. Almost four hundred miles! The modern interstate system shrinks the country, and in a borrowed SUV over the course of three days my son Aaron and I transported boxes of books and DVDs » Read More

A Blog Challenge

10th June, 2010 - Posted by Claire Larsen - 2 Comments

It’s summer and all the CSI, Law and Order, and NCIS shows are reruns. There’s not much interesting on television. (There, you know what kind of television shows I like.) On Saturday after a crazy, busy day of housework, I needed something relatively mindless to watch. A friend had given me the DVD of Julia & Julie » Read More

Hello Richmond!

6th June, 2010 - Posted by Claire Larsen - No Comments

I’m off again this week — this time to Richmond, Virginia, to HEAV’s (Home Educators Association of Virginia) homeschool convention. It’s another opportunity to talk about CAP’s books and meet some wonderful people. If you are reading this blog and plan to be at the conventionn, take a minute when you get there to stop by » Read More

Listen to the Story

15th May, 2010 - Posted by Claire Larsen - No Comments

A month ago when I stopped in at the Classical Academic Press office I had a pleasant surprice. Chris Perrin reached into his trash can beside his desk and took out a CD. “You might like to have this,” he commented.  The CD was a draft version of the audio for God’s Great Covenant: Old Testament » Read More

Come and say hello!

7th May, 2010 - Posted by Claire Larsen - No Comments

Homeschool fair season is in full swing. Today is the first day of CHAP, the large Pennsylvania homeschool fair. Several weeks ago Joanna and I went to Frederick , and as the weeks go by I’ll be in Orlando, Richmond, Raleigh, and northern Virginia. Each homeschool fair energizes me, even though my feet get sore » Read More

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