About me

meI am a homeschooling mom.  For fun I use the glue gun.  I’ve always got a new book close at hand and idea in my head just screaming to get out. I am green and artsy and into family, art, business, gardening, permaculture, new technologies, cultural anthropology, the evolution of religion, aspergers, music and movies.

My husband is a go go go guy who works only for himself, plays guitar like mad, watches heart pounding action packed movies, cooks delicious cookies, reads adventure and war novels and restores old everythings.

My daughter, Keeker, is a happy go lucky, sing songy, rock collecting, novel reading, etiquette junky, party diva, drama princess.

My son, Fish, is a sword fighting, dinosaur drawing, superhero, unnaturally lucky board game player, electric guitar rock star.


6 Responses to “About me”

  1. Hey this is a nice blog…you go girl….thanks for the pics and I am so glad you liked my video….We love you guys………

  2. I love your website. I find it very refreshing, intersting and educational. You are giving a wonderful service to anyone who comes across your site. I strongly believe many people will benefit greatly from the many topics that you cover. One of the links that I really enjoyed was HolyBible.com. Congratulations for a job well done.

    I love you.

  3. Renee,

    AS ALWAYS, YOU ARE A BREATH OF FRESH AIR, artistic, inventive, intelligent. Can’t wait to hear if your kids ever got to read “The Sense of Wonder” by Rachel Carson. It’s still quite a beautiful book. I can’t wait until they’re old enough to read “A Wrinkle In Time, by Madeleine L’Engle. Along the way I hope they savor Mister Twain, particularly Tom Sawyer and much, much later, the unexpurgated version of his Autobiography. And some day soon, if you haven’t already, you should consider listening to PETER AND THE WOLF, either the one narrated by Danny Kaye or even the one narrated by David Bowie. I still love that and I think they’d like it too!

    Big Smiles from Seattle to Oklahoma! I’ll end with a quote from one of my favorite and insanely comedic musical heroes, Victor Borge:
    “I wish to thank my parents for making it all possible…and I wish to thank my children for making it necessary.”

  4. Hello!
    I enjoyed reading your blog today. I came from one of the yahoo groups (I think it’s living simple in a computer age- or something like that. I like they group, just can’t recall the name right now.)

    I’ll be back to visit when I have more time (gotta get the my goats moved.)

    Dora Renee’ Wilkerson

  5. It’s not too late to rename your son. Fish?!

  6. I am looking for a source and every time I do a google search you site comes up as the only site with the following content. Is this your list? There is more.

    Household and Personal Items
    ___ I buy only what I need
    ___ I don’t shop as a hobby or pastime or as therapy
    ___ I buy previously owned (used) things at second-hand stores or yard sales
    ___ I look for free items in the alleys during bulk pick-up
    ___ I use freecycle.com
    ___ I sometimes host or attend a free-for-all party (free item swap)
    ___ I donate things I no longer need
    ___ I make do with what I have in order to live more simply
    ___ I make my own homemade things rather than buying
    ___ I put extra effort into taking care of what I have so it lasts longer
    ___ I repair rather than discard items
    ___ I put good items I no longer need in front of my house with a sign: FREE
    ___ I recycle properly
    ___ I cut up scrap paper to reuse as note paper
    ___ I don’t use chemical cleaning products; only natural cleaning products
    ___ I use natural soaps and deodorants
    ___ I use pesticide free cotton or hemp clothing
    ___ I make my own clothing
    ___ I don’t buy products in aerosol spray cans

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