This is a small but mighty book. Just 64 pages, it contains a powerful collection of 23 essays that touch upon a range of issues that parents grapple with as they explore the decision about homeschooling, and more issues that arise once they start on their homeschooling journey.
When we were unschooling, dreaming about trips, researching and planning, finding ways to be creative with the budget and see more while spending less all added up to learning for and from real life activities that served our family’s goals.
We learned and explored together.
Now that Dale has flown the nest, we still like to dream and discuss trips. We still try to find time to travel and go exploring together even though it might require more creativity than it used to: partial trips, meeting up en route, or negotiating who does what.
To feel the power and joy of moving, reaching, stretching, walking, growing.
Last week I lost my physical mobility for a few days after overdoing it with house and yardwork, party prep, high heat, and too much fun with dancing on the patio in bare feet. My foot screamed at me with redness, swelling and inability to bear weight. Pierre dug out the crutches from my injury of a few years back. My arms and wrists yelled at me as I tried to use the crutches.There was so much to do, I needed to push, push, push.
But my body was telling me to rest, to ice, to elevate.