Back To School

Back to School It’s that time of year! I realized this year four family members (including myself) are heading back to school. Sarah Tefft took a teaching position at the Perkins School for the Blind in their new College Success program. Philip will be starting pre-school next week and I just registered for a small… Continue reading Back To School

School’s Out: Family Road Trip to Boston for Sissy Sarah’s Graduation! Plus We Moved into Our New (old) House!

Whirlwind Week Last week I played the game “Jam as many life events as possible into seven days!” I’m not sure but I think I won! Here’s how it went. Thursday – Pull up flooring in upstairs of new house (revealing original hardwoods) to satisfy appraiser and bank Friday – Drop off dogs, drop off… Continue reading School’s Out: Family Road Trip to Boston for Sissy Sarah’s Graduation! Plus We Moved into Our New (old) House!

How tiny is too tiny? Musings on the tiny house movement

Our house in Argyle is officially under contract (we hope to close around mid May)! Our realtor Abbey McCormick has been amazing! She was our realtor for the schoolhouse and now she’s stuck with us (I’m kind of high maintenance). We have to find a place to live stat! Here’s how a few of the… Continue reading How tiny is too tiny? Musings on the tiny house movement

“A house is made of walls and beams; a home is built of love and dreams” -Ralph Waldo Emerson

Over the last couple of weeks we’ve introduced our school house to a lot of new friends. As we continue to tell our story it has really hit home (pun intended) how very much the school house means to our family. Whenever I drive by it Philip says “Mommy’s school house” (and he’s only been… Continue reading “A house is made of walls and beams; a home is built of love and dreams” -Ralph Waldo Emerson

Susan B. Anthony, A Bit of Women’s History, and Me

Susie B. and Me Susan B. Anthony keeps coming up in conversations about our school house. Her childhood home is located less than 2 miles from the school, in Battenville, New York. The house is owned by the state and currently sits empty.  Here’s an article from the Times Union written in 2016 that explains… Continue reading Susan B. Anthony, A Bit of Women’s History, and Me