Archive for November, 2010

Caramel Corn Recipe

Nov 29, 2010 No Comments by

Our family-favorite caramel corn recipe. We are serving it today as part of our first traditional Monday Meal of the year!   Microwave Caramel Corn Ingredients: Popcorn, popped, approximately 6 quarts 2 cups brown sugar ½ lb. butter ½ cup white corn syrup 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon baking soda Pecans, toasted, [...]

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If God Is Good: Faith In The Midst Of Suffering and Evil

Nov 19, 2010 No Comments by

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and for many of us, the holidays are a wonderful time to celebrate with our family and friends. But for those who have been through a heartbreaking year, the holidays are often just a reminder of what they have lost. If you or loved ones are having a difficult [...]

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About Timberdoodle Drawings

Nov 10, 2010 9 Comments by

How our Facebook and Doodleblog drawings work:   Easiest Way To Enter Option one is simple, just leave a comment at the bottom of the post answering the mandatory question. “Best Odds” Way To Enter Use this Punchtab plugin to enter: It looks something like this (they continually upgrade the interface)  and will allow you accumulate [...]

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Timberdoodle’s Homeschool Vodcast

Nov 02, 2010 1 Comment

We’d played with videos for awhile, so in 2010 we eagerly jumped into the world of vodcasting and set the lofty goal of one vodcast per week. 44 weeks later, we’ve produced 36 official vodcasts (including two which are awaiting release!) and released 10 Special Edition Vodcasts! You have been very understanding as we learn [...]

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Surprise! Curriculum Planning Really Isn’t For Everyone. (Let’s build curriculum kits)

Nov 01, 2010 No Comments

Families tell us they love our Core Curriculum Packages but I wonder how many realize why it took us so long to offer that option. For over twenty years we clung to the belief that if you were going to go to the work of homeschooling, you would want to hand-select each item for each [...]

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