Not enough spoons today. Not enough in the clamorous cafeteria of my contrasting brain. Not enough then. Not enough now. Not enough for my kids. Not enough for my mom. Not enough for her mom. When will there be enough? I was four when I hid in the small bathroom adjacent to the school cafeteria.… Continue reading Spoons
Saying "everyone is gifted in some way" is a way of rationalizing, of equaling the playing field. A completely normal, rational way of rationalizing. But still equally ridiculous.
After a couple months of mulling it over, I finally worked up enough nerve to ask this lovely, incredibly supportive group of homeschoolers for recommendations on a topic my son has been bugging me about for several years now. Don't be silly, Stacie. You can ask homeschoolers anything! Most of them are so open-minded and… Continue reading That One Topic Just Too Weird for Even Those Weird Homeschoolers
I recently read an article entitled "Homeschooling on the rise as concerns about public schools grow" by Diana Alvear of FOX 46 Charlotte posted on February 9, 2019. Major news station aside, plenty of truth can be found here. To supplement my previous post, 5 Homeschooling Tips: Truths from My Homeschooling Journey, here are five… Continue reading Secular Homeschool Rising: 5 More Homeschooling Truths