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About Rhonda Clark

Rhonda Clark is a freelance writer, book reviewer, and busy homeschool mom. When not shuttleing kids to soccer, basketball, archery, or any other number of endless activities, she devotes time to her first novel. The one thing she enjoys most is spending time with her husband of almost 20 years.

Her quirky and funky sense of humor, combined with down home charm allows her to connect to readers as a friend. With an ability to put a fresh twist on basic thoughts and Biblical teachings she brings a new perspective to her audience.



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  1. Rhonda!

    It was good to hear from you and to see your new blog!

    I graduated my last homeschool student in May of 2009. She was homeschooled from kindergarten all the way through twelfth grade! In fact, she will graduate from college in December of this year, and she was just married this past May.

    Time flies! I can’t believe my thirteen-year homeschooling career has ended. I home educated three of my four kids, and each of them has gone on to college. Chelsea graduated as salutatorian of her nursing school class; she’s been married for three and a half years and she and her husband just had their first baby six months ago. Corey is working on his Master’s degree in business marketing, and he married last September. And Cait married in May and will graduate college in December, as I said above.

    There were days I didn’t think I’d make it through, but now it’s over! I’m back at work myself. I have an empty nest, four married kids, and four grandkids. How in the world did I get here? Yesterday I was planning lessons and teaching algebra! Haha.

    Life is full of different seasons. Enjoy this precious season of home educating. Your relationship with your kids will prosper and it is worth every single challenge you face! And it will be over in the blink of an eye. I sort of miss those days.

    Love and hugs,

  2. Rhonda, thank you so much for your comment on my canvas project for the Basically Bare and Art Anthology blog hop! I love what you said, because I am also a sort of ‘instant gratification’ kind of person and hate working on projects that have to take a long time. But I wanted to tel you that one thing that makes t his project easy is that the Art Anthology ‘Sorbet’ paints dry much faster than most of the paints around today, AND you can speed up the process with a heat tool or hair dryer … you just have to not get too close to the surface. Thanks for visiting! Becky Garrison (


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