(I apologize in advance for the bit of narcissism coming at you in 5...4...3...2...)
I'm a homeschool blogger. I write about homeschool.
All-things related to combining HOME and SCHOOL.
And while I am quick to recognize the ministry behind my blog, I would be remiss if I did not also confess the selfish motives that sometimes propel my fingers on the keyboard.
Blogging is cathartic for me. Over the past few years, my blog has become an outlet...a place to purge all of my pent up musings about this counter-cultural life I've been gifted. Admittedly, I find it easier to sift through the daily journey when I can lay it all down in black-and-white. My days take on definitive shape and purpose when I can write them out in words. Words give me clarity.
I guess since I'm in a confessing sort of mood, I'll also disclose that on some rare homeschool days...the ones that make me feel nearly numb...the days that make me stare longingly at the big yellow bus as it passes my window...
on THOSE days, I crack open this blog to be reminded of why this life I'm living...
this glorious HOME plus SCHOOL life
is so very worth it.
This past year, I've found myself coming back to a few posts...my favorites from 2014. I've re-read them a time or two and have reclaimed my love for ALL OF THIS. For home. For school.
2014 Posts I've Read Again
For more great posts worth re-reading, be sure to check out My Favorite Posts of 2014 from the lovely ladies of iHomeschool Network.