Many, possibly even most, times the phrase, “taken for granted”, is used in a negative way. I like to use it in a positive way. When I can take something for granted it shows, in my mind, that the situation is a very secure one, one I can rely upon. Continue reading “So I can take my life for granted . . .”
I’m awoken abruptly by the roar of an engine and a strobe light illuminating my bedroom. The sky is still dark as I glance at the clock. 5:49 a.m. The high school bus groaned down the road with the teenage girls who live across the street aboard. Continue reading “Homeschool Mom”
Like any change in life the first step is a decision.
For me homeschool was always a thought tucked away in a journal page, carelessly written while I sat next to my first napping toddler. I sent that toddler into the public school system for kindergarten. It was only a half day, and I told him everyday if he hated it we could homeschool. Continue reading “Deciding to Homeschool”