ITonRamp Ramps Up

It’s been exciting to see taking shape. Countless hours are being poured into it. The first class starts in about 9 days, and students are continuing to enroll. Anna, our up and coming book designer, has been laying out the Home Track book, and it looks excellent. Her last few days have been consumed with coming up with the design and then implementing it. It is a detailed projected, since it involves quite a bit of special formatting.

Nathan’s office/studio is almost done. The work was begun because he needed a room that provided significant background sound reduction. In a home with two growing young girls there will be times when happy life would be picked up by a microphone and would be distracting to those taking the class. We didn’t want the distraction nor the girls to have to be quiet while the video was in process.

Joseph has invested heavily in the whole IToR process, from the office to the website. This past week, Joseph built the countertop and finished all the wood trim. The carpet will be installed this week, and then there are only a few final touches.

May your Memorial Day holiday, whether you spend it with family or friends, be filled with the joy and love of our Lord Jesus Who gave His life for our eternal life. May we also remember those soldiers who have given their lives that we might live in a free country. May we also remember that over 3,000 babies’ lives will be terminated due to legal abortions in our country in one day.

Sarah for the rest

Adhering the laminate countertop on.
Joseph used a rolling pin to make sure all the bubbles were out.
We celebrated Gigi's birthday this past week.
Gigi and GrandadÂ
The little girls in matching outfits Mary made them.
The window box Joseph built.

“Forasmuch as ye know that ye were not redeemed with corruptible things, as silver and gold, from your vain conversation received by tradition from your fathers; But with the precious blood of Christ, as of a lamb without blemish and without spot” (1 Peter 1:18-19).

12 thoughts on “ITonRamp Ramps Up”

  1. Mary did a great job on the outfits! The window box looks good too!!! Hope you had a blessed Memorial Day!! Wasn’t Abby’s birthday this past week too? Your nieces are so cute!!! God has certainly blessed you!! I’m sure that you grandma was blessed and encouraged!!!

    God bless! Rebecca K.

    Ooohhh!!! The cicadas are so pesky!!!!
    And Pharoah was so stubborn about the ten plagues!!!

  2. Wow, you guys, it all looks so good – the work that you are all sowing into ITonRamp. What a wonderful family effort. Hope that as the 9 days progress, that you are able to accomplish everything to have a smooth start! I agree with the previous post that the outfits Mary made for the girls are just lovely – brown is one of my favourite colours! Blessings to you all.

  3. The jumpers are adorable. What pattern did you use?
    Abigail’s is see&sew B4956
    B’s is NEWLOOK 6688

  4. A note to Anna & everyone else working on the ITonRamp course. I have been pouring over my e-book since getting it this morning. This course is truly a Godsend. Thank you !!

  5. Love seeing the pics of the girls! And congrats on the progress of ITonRamp!

    Just curious, whose parents are Gigi and Grandad? We’re trying to figure it out!

    God bless you all.

    With love from NJ

  6. I love the dresses! As I see all the cute dresses Mary makes, it inspires me to do more sewing. I recently made my 2 year old daughter three dresses for the summer. =)

  7. Can you explain what the title ITonRamp means or stands for?
    Sure. IT stands for Information Technology which generally means in the business world, anything having to do with computers. An on ramp is how you get on to the Interstate or expressway. So, ITonRamp is a way of getting help or training with an IT career or IT related career, or just learning more about computers.

    We will be announcing some more courses in the upcoming weeks.

  8. Thank you so much, Mr. Maxwell, for explaining what ITonRamp means. All this time I’ve been reading it, “I Ton Ramp.” I’ve been trying to figure out what a ton ramp is. LOL!

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