Tag Archives: celebrations

January Blog Party

Our year-long 25th anniversary blog party kicks off today, and I can't wait to read your stories! In your blog post today, introduce us to your family. Are you just getting started homeschooling? Or do you have graduates? Or somewhere … Continue reading

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Join us for a Blog Party!

Sonlight is celebrating 25 years this year and we will be partying all year long! As part of the celebration, we'll be hosting a Blog Party on the 25th of each month, and we would love to have you join … Continue reading

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Come Celebrate 25 Years with Us!

We just hit our 25th Anniversary year. To celebrate, we're having a live online event, monthly blog parties, and a bunch of other stuff. If you haven't had a chance yet, please check out our 25th Anniversary website. Poke around. … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is, of course, a time for giving thanks... and for counting our blessings. I love that we have a holiday set aside just for gratefulness. Closely tied in with that is the traditional feast that most of us Americans … Continue reading

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My First Day of School Memories

I don't have any memories from my first day of school. No new pencils or decorative notebooks. I also don't have any "first day of school" pictures. If we had any kind of festivities at the start of a school … Continue reading

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Gifts

At this time of year my thoughts naturally turn toward all the things I have for which to be thankful. And they are numerous. Regardless of my circumstances and what I might be currently going through, when I take time … Continue reading

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The Feast of the Ascension and other stuff I've never done

One of the things I love about Sonlight is that you are exposed to so many different ideas, traditions, cultures, and experiences through the stories your read about people all over the world (and time). As you cycle through history … Continue reading

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