Joined 2 years ago from Washington
Author and micro-blogger, Trudy Samsill is a newly transplanted resident of the Pacific Northwest's beautiful state of Washington.Wife to one wonderful man for more than 30 years and mother to THE BEST four children, she spends her time writing, home-schooling, and bird-watching. Being "Bama" to the cutest grandson ever is one if Trudy's greatest loves.
Her main passion is found with pen and paper in hand while writing stories to inspire and encourage her readers. She can be found micro-blogging (sharing inspirational devotions, book news, and a peek into her life as an author) on Instagram: @Trudy_Samsill_Author Facebook: @TrudySamsill.Author Amazo: Amazon.com/author/trudysamsill
2 years ago
Our nation has encountered a new challenge that has touched every home in America with children. Due to COVID-19, we all find ourselves in the same boat. Suddenly we all became homeschool families. As veteran or newbie homeschoolers, what is needed to endure this challenging season?
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