YMB #27 Mere Motherhood: A Conversation with Cindy Rollins

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We wrap this season of Your Morning Basket up with an interview with Cindy Rollins. Cindy has experienced the joy of Morning Time with all of her now grown children. In this interview, we talk a little bit about Morning Time, a little bit about Mere Motherhood, and a little bit about real family life. 

Cindy is no stranger to the messiness of homeschooling, and she shares some of what she has learned in a way that is both humble and encouraging for other moms to hear.

We delve into using your philosophy of education as a tool, the importance of appropriate education in the little years, and how a remembrance of the past is quite possibly the most important thing for your Morning Time.

If you need an encouraging look into what it looks like to be towards the end of the long haul of homeschooling or a refocusing on what is truly important in your family life, grab a hot beverage, breath deep and listen. Cindy’s warmth and frankness are sure to bless you.

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  • Pam A says:

    Pam, I love what you said about “remembering” and the liturgy. Right before I listened to the rest of this podcast I read this in “I Believe in Love: A personal retreat based on the teaching of St. Thérèse of Lisieux” by Fr. D’elbée: “Love to recite the Rosary, meditating on its mysteries. Little Thérèse said that each Hail Mary goes up toward having like incense who smoking spirals are all alike, although it is always new incense which burns. Love always says the same things, yet never repeats itself. “

    • Pam Barnhill says:

      Oh I love that. “Love always says the same things, yet never repeats itself.” I’m going to have to look up that book. Thank you. – Pam

  • rebecca says:

    This podcast was incredible. Thank you. Because of it, my word for 2017 is “remembrance”. I feel that both my home school and my spiritual life will be better because of it.

  • Lauren says:

    Why have I waited so long to listen to this episode?! So timely! Thank you very much ☺️

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