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Getting the Best Fit for Every Child

In April of my senior year of college, my high school sweetheart proposed. We decided to get married in August. Four months should be enough time to plan a wedding, but there was one little hitch. Before we decided to get married, I had committed to a six-week...
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Weary Travelers: Rest Stop Ahead

Have you ever driven down an unfamiliar road, obediently following the carefully noted directions, to only have an anxious feeling twist knots into your gut? You are certain you have stayed the course, being diligent to only turn when instructed, but somehow the next...
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Ordinary Joy

“When you rise in the morning, give thanks for the light, for your life, for your strength. Give thanks for your food and for the joy of living.” – Tecumseh I love listening to podcasts. One of my favorite podcasts closes every episode by asking their featured guest...
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Hospitality and the Wintertime Learner: How to welcome students at home and in community

We start early, setting up tables and chairs for our community day. I think about how to create a space conducive to the day’s conversation. As I prepare for the day, the faces of the students move through my mind. I wonder how they have been, but I also wonder more...
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Fantastic Fails

by Cara
Thursday, 27 October, 2016
categories: Homeschooling Life, Rhetoric Stage (ages 14 to 18)
“The difficulty of the journey sometimes turns out to be the blessing.” -- Marianne Williamson It’s been a rough start to the school year. Even though our school season has similar qualities year after year, I am surprised by how different this year feels. My...
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