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A Midnight Conversation Changes Everything

I am a teacher. I have always wanted to be a teacher. When someone asks what I wanted to be when I was little, the response is and was always the same….yep, teacher. 1,187 more words

Roadschooling East to West - Up the Pacific Coast Highway

We’re reaching the end! After leaving Hollywood and drove over to Malibu to start our drive up the Pacific Coast Highway. It’s the first time I’d seen the Pacific Ocean from the continent! 402 more words

Travel

Adventures in Unschooling - Painting a Life Into Being

“For getting a full grasp, for perceiving real significance when real significance is at hand, we shall need minds at work from all sorts of brains outside the fields of science, most of all the brains of poets, of course, but also those of artists, musicians, philosophers, historians, writers in general.” Lewis Thomas… 551 more words

The Why's Of Change

Outlook's looking good

It’s all about our expectations. Our life experiences depend largely on what expectations we have as we approach our day. This is a life lesson that is stuck on REPEAT for yours truly, because it’s something I just can’t seem to get! 232 more words

Homeschool

2014 Summer Fun...

As summer comes to an end, I want to share with you our adventurous summer!

We started our great summer with our first trip (of many to come) to Great Wolf Lodge! 428 more words

Homeschooling

Building Confidence, Obedience & Independence through Rug Time

If there is one tip that I could share with all moms out there–homeschooling moms and public school moms alike, regardless of family size–this would be it: 1,289 more words

Large Family Life

Fair Warning For Mommies

Older women are cruel.  They deliberately conceal important information.  They sit back and watch those who journey down the path after them.  Relaxed, sipping their tea by the roadside, they see us trip and stumble.  857 more words

Christian Living