One More Advent Resource
I began blogging because our little family moved away from my family, and I wanted to keep a record of our days to share with them. But one of the best surprises of blogging has been *meeting* new people, the readers here at One Deep Drawer!
Sarah, one such lovely reader, sent along the link to a set of Nativity printables made by Gertrud Mueller Nelson. I absolutely love them! We’ll be working on them tomorrow. Print out a set and join us!
You might also poke around the Good Ground Press site. The online retreats look fascinating. They might be the perfect way to say goodby to 2014 or to begin your new year.
Our friends at Pray as You Go will be praying the O Antiphons.
I’m also pleased to announce that Lisa from Through the Mind to the Heart won the drawing for a copy of The Liberal Arts Tradition!
If you are still curious about Classical education, there’s no better place to start than with the series Schole Everyday: Incorporating Restful Learning into Your Day
Thanks Kortney for all these resources. Have a beautiful day!
I’m happy you are enjoying the printable Nativity! I had never heard of Gertrud Mueller Nelson until reading your blog, so now when I see her name I think of you. 🙂 Thanks again for the resources you have shared, too. How perfect is that O Antiphons pdf!!!
We look out for each other!
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