What do you read when reading it quickly: GODISNOWHERE ?

Now read it again. Slowly. What do you read now? ๐Ÿ™‚ Hmmm, the placement of a space really makes all the difference eh?

Well, I don’t have an awful lot to say at the moment. ๐Ÿ˜ฏย  Actually, that’s not true at all. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ I always have plenty to say but I have neither the time to spend composing a message or it isn’t right for me to say at this time or in this place. However, I’d like to point you to a few links of interesting sites that I’m reading at the moment.

An article called Higher Education by John Taylor Gatto
12 Things You Might Not Have Learned in a Classroom
I’ve linked to this before but I’m re- reading it. I always find something new to give me some direction or focus with my young adults.

Part One of When Home Becomes A Dirty Word
I’ve known Maria in the cyber world for about 10 years or so. She is a lovely, smart lady who is very real and down-to-earth.

Also love this quote that is on Maria’s blog.

Live your life from your heart. Share from your heart. And your story will touch and heal people’s souls.
~ Melody Beattie

Amy over at Marigold Cottage asks about schoolwork and sick children.
I plan to offer her my response… one day. :idk:

Mom2Three is a darling gal who I’ve known online for a few years. I’ve been able to watch her process life’s circumstances and come to discern the Lord’s will for their family. (Sorry about the poor grammar but I have never met her husband but I know he’s involved in their decision. Hence why I fluctuate between ‘her’ and ‘their’). Her recent blog post, Seasons of Life and Change really leapt out at me especially where she talks about the positive changes around the dinner table.

After school and evening time with family takes on an entirely different importance. Dinner conversations are more lively and exciting as we all fill each other in about our days, sharing the high points, and the low points. (Before, dinner conversations were mainly filling in dad, as he was the only one who didn’t know what had been happening.) Now, I look forward to what my kids share that goes on in “their world”.

Even though my children aren’t at school the two girls work outside the home so I can relate to this too.

Just in case you can’t find it with google here is 100 Excellent Online Resources For Christian Homeschoolers contains some great links.

That’s all for now until I share about the program I’m using for my Bible reading.