Karen’s Blog

  • I am, I can, I ought, I will.
    Posted by Karen Andreola on February 18, 2018 at 6:31 pm

    I am, I can, I ought, I will.1989 - Tennessee. Sophia and Yolanda are still close today. The MottoThe motto of the P.N.E.U is for persons of any age and position.In the middle of the school year it is good to be reminded of our motivations.Family-Style One of the benefits of home learning is that children look up to adults.In an age-integrated environment, spiritual and intellectual meals are served family-style with discussion and Read more →

  • From Doodles to Websites
    Posted by Karen Andreola on February 1, 2018 at 9:18 pm

    From Doodles to WebsitesFirst a Chat. All January I was frazzle-busy. In between cooking and company I was writing and polishing my new book. Nigel is illustrating the cover. "Please give the mother a contented smile and make it a good-hair-day," I said. He is obliging me accordingly. I hope to tell you about the book soon. I am working to make it as ministering as I can.I found this old photograph taken in Christmas 1990 (just before I started Read more →

  • Christmastime, 3 Lesser-known Films, 1 Book
    Posted by Karen Andreola on December 7, 2017 at 3:35 pm

    Christmastime, 3 Lesser-known Films, 1 BookLandis ValleyDean and I watched an old movie recently that I quickly warmed up to."Our Vines Have Tender Grapes" is so sweet I plan to share it with my grandchildren.Acting extravagantly, I bought the DVD.I photographed it surrounded by my tiny fabric yo-yo garland that I added more yo-yos to recently.While I was standing in the kitchen over Thanksgiving holiday telling Sophia about it, ending with "I Read more →