Monthly Archives: February 2012


Great Reads 2

When I sit at my desk, next to the kids doing their math and reading, I have brief moments that are just short enough to keep me at my desk, but not long enough to start—or finish—any kind of thinking things through project. So I skim around to my favorite […]


The Accidental Homeschooler 6

The Accidental Homeschooler Without rehashing a very long decision process that in retrospect seems confusing and short and slightly cloudy, it is enough to say that about this time last year our family decided to give homeschooling a shot. The reasons are as varied as my children and as fraught […]


Divided We Unite: A Review

So, I read Pam Hogeweide’s book, “Unladylike: Resisting the Inustice of Gender Inequality in the Church,” and half through, felt like burrowing my feminine head in the sand. But I plowed through, becuase I like Pam, and because her book held promise and hope. (Of which I write here.) About […]