How a waterfall will wash away your troubles and trials

While housesitting in South Carolina, I prayed for insight and wisdom on how I might better place my trust in the Lord and in His timing. Thanks to a loving Heavenly Father who always keeps His promises, inspiration came from the most unlikely of experiences. Salem, South Carolina, and immediate surroundings boast over a hundred waterfalls. Some majestic in height and dramatic water flow with others […]

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A typical day for an untypical worldschooling family

“You should write a post about our schedule as a worldschooling [homeschooling for travelers] family,” Denielle said after breakfast one morning.  Happy wife; happy life. Perhaps, Dear Reader, you very well might be interested in the routine of a family traveling the country — and eventually when finances approve, the world! — and their comings and goings and doings.  For even those who know not […]

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Making our worldschooling way of life work

Traveling 7 hours to get a license in a state we may never live in We have been quite busy with arranging for all the “legal stuff” necessary to drive, be insured and vote while traveling the U.S. and beyond as homeless worldschoolers.  Why would this cause us to be so busy?  In order to make our nomadic lifestyle work, we needed to pick a […]

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Questions, new friends and raw milk

There’s something amazing about the power behind a question.  If you think about it, everything you interact with, touch, step on, drive in, wake up on, brush your teeth with, put your feet in, use, and so on, is the product of another’s thoughtful question. So, I had a question recently.  I was asking myself, and God, what milk product was right for our family.  […]

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Resting up. Reading. Library visit.

Tuesday is a rest day.  I use the time to read Break Free: The Ultimate Guide to House Sitting.  I took some notes in a Google Doc and shared it with Kyle. In the evening I started reading a book called Your First 1000 Copies by Tim Grahl.  I really like him.  Kyle and I have listened to him in a podcast.  The book mentioned and brought back […]

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Day One: Immortal Thoughts

As I watch my family drive off without me By Kyle LB Morey “I am an immortal being having a mortal experience,” I say to myself as I awake from a dream.  The details of the dream fly away like balloons bursting with helium. Noticing a light in the adjacent bathroom, I suddenly have an urgent wish for time to slow down and speed up […]

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On the road to our adventures in housesitting

Day 1: Driving to Wisconsin By J. Denielle Morey I awake with the alarm going off at 3:45 am this morning.  I roll out of bed, take a shower, dress and finish packing up the van.  Kaelyn awakes at 4 am to do her makeup … don’t know why.  We wake the children at 4:15 am to go to the bathroom and pile into the van. […]

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