Category Archives: classical education

Morning Time–Fall Schedule

Now that I am educating three teens, our Morning Time looks totally different than when I was schooling three elementary age students.  I have always loved doing Morning Time. It has been the anchor to my day for 9 years … Continue reading

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Again, Morning Time

I haven’t been blogging for a while because, well, I just haven’t had that much to say. But I am finding myself, as I am listening to podcasts, wishing that I could join in with the podcast conversation, too. No … Continue reading

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February Frivolity

February seems to be the month where, if school is going to go off the rails, it is going to be this month. I don’t know why but this month always seems to be home for discouragement, depression and disillusionment … Continue reading

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A New School Year

We have started our 12th year of home educating our children. 12 years! Just give me a moment as I revel in that number. 12! Wow! Who’d a thunk it? Okay, I’m back. So we started our new school year … Continue reading

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Planning

It’s that time of year already. The time to gather all of the pieces and try put them all together to form a puzzle, a puzzle in which the pieces show a recognizable picture. Every year the pieces are different, … Continue reading

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When Life is Hard

Two weeks ago, an extended family member was murdered. How’s that for surreal? we knew that she had an unhappy home life but we had no idea that it was as bad as it was. That discovery has forced us … Continue reading

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The Liberal Arts Tradition–Classical Education is Not Just About The Intellect

I am reading The Liberal Arts Tradition by Kevin Clark and Ravi Jain for a second time and I am really glad that I am. As what usually happens with second reads, I am seeing it in a different light. … Continue reading

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