My last blog post was about comedy, but this one is about tragedy. Because as much as I’m committed to bliss, that doesn’t mean ignoring the pain and sadness related to events that produce international grieving. I’m referring, of course, to the May 22nd suicide bombing of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester Arena, England. … More What Do We Tell Our Children?
Man, this week went by fast! I referenced this video to my homeschool group last week, and since I’ve had a couple of post lately about highly impressive young people, I thought I should include it on my blog. Because behind all the great things these wonderful and inspiring young people have been doing, I see … More The Days Are Long, But the Years Are Short
So how did you spend your Inauguration day? Although my latest posts described a number of options we had here in the Triangle for marking the day, I didn’t go to any of those. I had my own special type of celebration. My son had invited a number of his friends from homeschooling to our … More The Kids Are All Right