Welcome to Haven’s Ideals. My name is Haven Caylor-Brown, and I am proud that God has blessed me to be a husband and a father. Like the Apostle Paul says in the New Testament from Ephesians 2 verses 8 & 9, what I am proud of (being a father to Ammon and Carter and a having an awesome spouse) is nothing I can boast about…it is by the grace of God.
If you’re looking for Caylor-Brown Consulting (World Languages Advocate) you’re not far. My career passion is teaching Spanish. However, I have a literary passion that I have been nurturing for almost ten years.
When I started writing several years ago, an editor for an international magazine commented that she liked the way I write because it is a “slice of life”. I love to weave nostalgia, family, pets, parenting, spirituality, and travel intricately together.
If you’re looking for Caylor-Brown Consulting, you’re not far. My career passion is teaching Spanish. However I , Ammon, Carter, and I have a ton of things to discuss and share: curriculum, Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences, Bloom’s Taxonomy, world travel, learning Spanish, and so much more. Both of us parents have doctorate degrees: Education and Medical! We are blessed that Carter and Ammon get to be homeschooled again this 2020-2021 school years as… can it be? … 6th grade middle schoolers!
I have been writing (travel, parenting, and children’s literature) for 10years. Ammon, Carter, and I published Christmas Hawk. We also have a great parenting book entitled Parenting Strategies on the Go:Diverse Teaching Strategies for Parents Who Want Their Children to Learn No Matter Where or When
We are featured in a book, Find out Anything From Anyone, Anytime, and we have 2 short stories published as well in Scenic Scenes: A collection Chattanooga’s Arts and Literature.
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Thank you for visiting me/us on my blog. I hope you can glean something for yourself, put it in your heart and mind, and apply it to your own life. And now to end….. “The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you; the Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace.” (Number 6:24-26)