Growing up, I knew that elections took place. I understood the basics as we were briefly taught about the voting process in school. Sadly, that was the extent of my education when it came to politics, government, and voting....
Every day, every moment is a conscious effort for me to not get sucked into the fear. There is a battle in my own head very much like the movie "Inside Out", with opposing voices competing for my attention. “I love...
“Homeschooling Summit: Problems, Politics, and Prospects for Reform” is an invitation-only meeting slated for June and, so far, appears to be one-sided with an agenda against homeschooling. Shortly after the summit was announced, an article in the Harvard Magazine was...
“Jacob, please go open the garage door so I can start my car,” I asked my 8-year-old son.  “Why?”  “The car produces a gas that can make us sick if it stays in a closed space so we need to open...
March 2020 was the longest month in world history. It started out hopeful after a mild winter but ended slowly with the weight of fear, uncertainty, and concern. We're adjusting to new roles as homeschoolers and telecommuters on top...
For those that haven't looked at a calendar in a few weeks, today is Wednesday, April 1st. APRIL FOOLS' DAY! Now more than ever, we could all use a good laugh. Here are some harmless pranks you can play...

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