You were made for this
You were made for warm, sunny days and ice cream at the waterfront
You were made for purple and blazing red leaves, raked into a pile waiting to be jumped in
You were made for hand-holding and for adventuring, for oat pancake stacks and trips to the stars
You were made for questioning, for queries both elementary and abstract
You were made for laughter and for sorrow
You were made for joie de vivre
You were made for sacrifice, for community, for solitude and hope
You were made for continuity and for perseverance
You were made for mud and for stardust and silk
You were made for sweat and toil, for prosperity and peace
You were made for equality, unique passion, and for revolution
You were made for earth and sky
You were made whole and complete, imperfectly perfect
An ambrosial being from the blue
How easily I could convince myself that you were made for me,
For you showed me my wings, while they lay lifeless on my back.
you were made for more.
Why I Love Homeschooling
a list of the good things to help you decide
Building a Culture of Literacy
raising children who read
When Maggie Learned to Read
As a child, I could be found tucked away in my favourite tree reading all of the childhood classics. Reading connected me to people and
Homeschooling Basics Answered
If you’re considering bringing your kids home this year, I’m sure you’re feeling overwhelmed. It’s difficult to go against the grain, so naturally, we question
36 six trips around the sun.
A little about my isolation birthday
Social Distancing: Notes From the Inside (of Our House) March 24 2020
Asking myself, what do I have control over?