Ready for more reflections? Week 2 is done and I’ve made some administrative changes! I entered this experiment thinking I didn’t need grades. How inhumane to grade a kindergartener! This period is just about learning to love learning! There’s no possible way to put that on a graded scale! Turns out it is possible to […]Read More Grading, or The Great Homeschool Experiment: Week 2
I always forget that running gives me a great opportunity to think and meditate. Today I was back at it again, hot pink running shoes laced up and my toddler strapped into the second-hand running stroller, and I’ve come back with some thoughts. It’s Valentine’s Day and I was feeling a touch bitter, not only […]Read More I Had To Climb A Hill To Get Perspective On Valentine’s Day
To make something beautiful from ashes, something has to burn. And 2017 has been a wildfire. The first half of the year was absolutely heart wrenching as I felt like my life was being pulled to pieces. You all know that story, so I won’t dredge up the sordid details. I wallowed for a while, […]Read More Is 2017 Over Yet?
If you’ve read my very first post here, you’ll know that I am not a big fan of bugs. Honestly, the only bugs I don’t mind are ladybugs and that’s only because I’m in the planning stages of writing a children’s book about ladybugs and fairies. For me, bugs are mostly divided into four classes. […]Read More Disney Messed Me Up