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Uncategorized By On April 1, 2019

3 lessons I learned from traveling with Homeschoolers

We had the privilege of traveling Southern Africa with two inspirational Home-school families. Their love for Geography, different communities, and the world’s natural wonders inspired me to rethink my global citizenship and how I embrace the future. Here are a few lessons I learned from them: 1. “The more that you read, the more things you will know.” Dr. Seuss….

National Travel By On April 1, 2019

Bethulie Concentration Camp Museum

Our visit to the Bethulie Concentration Camp Museum, filled us with respect for the resilience of the human spirit as well as a deep sadness for the unnecessary consequences the war had on this piece of land and its people. May we never live to see such atrocities. Bethulie is a small sheep and cattle farming town in the Freestate….

National Travel By On April 1, 2019

Do you know how the sparrows landed on the 1c coin?

Do you know how the sparrows landed on the 1c coin? It is such a heart warming and inspiring story all the way from Bethulie in the Freestate. Anette Marais, an inhabitant of the Bethulie Concentration Camp, was praying fervently for a sign to strengthen war-stricken Boer women in the con­cen­tra­tion camp out­side Bethulie. The next day she opened her…