~a friday ritual~
a photo capturing a moment from the week.
a simple, special moment.
a moment i want to pause, savor and remember.
other posts you may enjoy:~this moment~~this moment~magic and wonderword for 2013 ~ choice
tomorrow is quinn’s first day of school! but not his first day of unschool… it’s roughly his 2020th day of that. and counting… by the way, in case you are catching up here after a while away (i know i have been missing some posts on blogs i follow throughout the summer months) . . . → Read More: a summer of unschool
~unschooling, the great big un- we know and love… i’ve never particularly liked the name unschooling, i’d prefer to identify by what we are doing instead of what we are not doing… because really when it comes down to it, unschooling is whatever you decide it is~ it can . . . → Read More: a month of unschool
my ~a month of unschool~ posts chronicle a handful of the enormous learning-while-living moments that happen in our lives. i focus mainly on what quinn is learning, as part of the motivation for keeping these posts up is to have a record of his learning life in case of any future need for such documentation. . . . → Read More: a month of unschool
~you turned four! and wrote about party hats on your birthday~ you draw boats that have keels, sure sign of a shipwright’s son~ you drew the most amazing cedar tree that i plan to keep forever ~ you started lots of baby seedlings ~
~your food pallette . . . → Read More: a month of unschool
i told my friend i was backflippingly excited about this new technique. i really am! so happy to have stumbled upon the tutorial at this lovely blog!
you should definitely refer there for the instructions, i am not at all going to claim i understand how this works, nor do i even know the definition . . . → Read More: photo heart fun
i’m sure we’re not the only ones who spent the weekend looking forward to spring, and putting that hopeful energy to good use by poking little seeds into little pots of soil.
we use a variety of little seedling pots, including nursery flats that have seen many reuses and will probably see many . . . → Read More: seedy weekend
~ lots of active outdoor play when we get breaks in the rain ~ mulching and harvesting 3 kinds of kale and 2 kinds of chard from our community garden plot ~ observing and picking up beach plastic and talking about the dead seagull we saw (a lot) ~ . . . → Read More: a month of unschool
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