It’s no secret that my husband and I love to travel. Since we’re both teachers, we are a bit limited in how much we can spend on a trip, but we exchange that for the benefit of having 7-8 weeks of freedom during the summer (when we aren’t prepping for next year). We were married […]More
Laura Wadsworth Carter is a native of Oxford, Alabama, and a graduate of the University of Montevallo, from which she received a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Master of Education. By day, she's a high school history teacher, amateur gardener, and voracious caffeine consumer. By night, she writes faith-oriented fiction for children and teenagers. At all times, she is a wife and mother, covered by grace. You can follow her on Twitter @MrsCarterWrites or visit her website at https://laurawcarter.com.
Back in 2012, I was in the throes of job-searching and soul-searching. My husband and I had been married for nearly 3 years, and I was having a heck of a time finding a teaching job despite having graduated with my Master’s degree in 2009. Opportunities weren’t plentiful, especially for a female history teacher in sports-driven […]More