Education is a story.
A never ending theme that is woven through not just books and research papers, but through art projects, nature hikes, new recipes from an old cookbook, and trips to the local theatre.
This site will hopefully give you bits and pieces to build your own story! It will be continually updated
as our family continues on in our homeschooling journey, because I want to it be a living and
ever-growing resource of our favorite finds - old and new.
From 2012 until now, I've been blogging over at Vintage Kids | Modern World so, my homeschool journey has been cataloged in that space. However, the "how" and "what" of our homeschool has changed DRASTICALLY over the years, and part of me wants to delete those old posts and start fresh! However, those years where we limped along are also part of the story, and, although not always how I'd envision, they will stay as a testament to our journey.
If you've been following a long with our family, you will notice that many of the posts from Vintage Kids | Modern World are now going to be integrated here and are getting an update. You may see some content that looks a little familiar, but it'll be sprinkled in with our updated homeschooling and homesteading lives.
And as always, I love hearing from each of you. Simple blog comments or emails
mean the world and I do my best to answer each one.
My prayer is that you'll find the encouragement and resources that you need to carryout the Great Commission in your very own home.
because home is for learning.
And it's time to write your own story.
"We do not merely give a religious education because that would seem to imply the possibility
of some other education, a secular education, for example. But we hold that all education is divine, that every good gift
of knowledge and insight comes from above, that the Lord the Holy Spirit is the supreme educator of mankind,
and that the culmination of all education (which may at the same time be reached by a little child)
is that personal knowledge of and intimacy with God in which our being finds its fullest perfection."
― Charlotte M. Mason