Category Archives: homeschooling

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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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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Another Morning Time Post

I talk a lot about Morning Time. I think this blog could solely be about Morning Time because I love it’s existence in our home school; it is the anchor to our day. I would be just as happy to … Continue reading

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A Quiet Day

I had such a lovely day yesterday. The girls were at their friends for the weekend, the boy squirreled himself down in the basement doing whatever boys do in basements and I was able to prepare for this week’s school … Continue reading

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A Do-Over

When we first set out on the homeschooling path, I bounced back and forth between the various educational philosophies that are offered to us homeschool moms. I dabbled in them all: Montessori, Waldorf, Thomas Jefferson Education, Unschooling and Charlotte Mason, … Continue reading

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