she stopped going to church they called her unholy a bitter young woman who'd fallen from glory the faith they thought broken was just being distilled of their poor misconceptions of free human will for each year that passes she's more and more free from bad doctrines and dogmas and philosophies she … Continue reading Deliverance
Today's poem is inspired by my "favorite" home educating question: What about socialization? After nearly 10 years of home educating, this question never gets old. 😉 This one's dedicated my home educating homies who've found yourself at the post office, grocery store check-out line, or any other place just trying to mind your gol dang … Continue reading Standardized Socialization
Since writing my Seize the Strange Manifesto, I can't stop thinking about the importance of weirdness. My "strangest" life choices are the ones which have brought me the most struggle, stress, and self-doubt. But they've also been the ones which have brought me the most strength, satisfaction, and self-confidence. Weird changes your life. Weird changes … Continue reading The World Needs Your Weirdness
Who needs to workout when you have young kids to get ready to play out in the snow? Amiright?
Brother Phillipe is a creature of habit who happens to be a Carthusian rabbit He lives among monks in the province Dauphine where the saints distill spirits and keep their souls clean Phillipe's mostly silent, except once a week on the long walks when monks are permitted to speak. Brother Phillipe … Continue reading Brother Phillipe
Today's poem was inspired by Google's doodle of the day: HERE for the 287th birthday of Jan Ingenhousz. If you enjoyed, why not use the handy sharing buttons below and spread the love! Thanks!
"And it was during this moment of witnessing such a strange and splendid display of tenacious curiosity I realized how very much I'd like my life to be a strange and splendid display of tenacious curiosity, too." … Continue reading The Curious Clinging Calico
sometimes wind whispers sometimes the wind roars sometimes it seeps through the bottom of doors in summer it cools in winter it chills and piles the snow in glittering hills birds use it soar boats use it to sail bards use it to orate their epic tells carry me gently or blow … Continue reading Windy
I can't imagine living without my rice cooker. The rice comes out perfect every single time. It's pretty much kitchen wizardry to me. The crazy part is whether you make rice in a rice cooker or on the stove-top, the prep work is the same. Measure the rice, rinse the rinse, then measure and add … Continue reading Rice Cookers & Reality