Every subgroup comes with stereotypes and those stereotypes usually are formed by impressions of the group stemming from people not within the group. I have found myself in the delightful position of homeschooling my kids for many years and then … Continue reading
Category Archives: Reading
I am currently reading The Fellowship: The Literary Lives of the Inklings: J.R.R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Owen Barfield, Charles Williams (by Philip Zaleski and Carol Zaleski). About a third through, I get introduced to Owen Barfield who is a … Continue reading
I am homeschool emeritus now, going on six years, and I still reflect fondly on the many many years when I homeschooled my own and on the few years, where I in addition to my own homeschooled some wonderful kids … Continue reading
Is there such a thing as Christian literature? Well, we know there is literature out there. We know there are Christians who write literature, and we know that there is literature that has Christian themes – but is there such … Continue reading
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Fall is just around the corner. Some schools have aleady started up again. Others of us are waiting till after Labor Day. I was getting rather nostalgic when planning for this fall. It was 20 years ago that I began … Continue reading
To be consistent is to constantly adhering to the same principles, course, or form. That is what www.dictionary.com tells me. In this blog I will discuss homeschooling of little kids, mostly, but the broader principles here apply K-12, and perhaps … Continue reading