Tuesday, October 27, 2009


I miss blogging, I didn't realize how much I enjoyed it until I didn't do it.

I've been going through so much that I don't know where to start, I guess I'll start where I'm at.

I've come to realize that I'm a little spoiled(hate that word) accustomed to a certain lifestyle might be better.
It's not the first time my comfortable life has been thwarted but I think it's the most traumatic.

Years ago we moved from CA to PA with two boys and four beagles. We left a nice house and landed in an old drafty, moldy farm house. We moved to amish town, hickville, oh let's just say I had culture shock.

Jason was out of work for 7 weeks and the first job he got was $7/hr less than what he used to make. This was 1998.

I/we went through a lot of changes, I actually used to ask God why on earth he sent me to PA????

So fast forward here we are, life isn't simple but apparantly I was too comfortable with things like food, water, electricity, chocolate, wine and internet....

We live and learn, we are unschoolers to the very core, all of us, my husband included.

Why should he be miserable? Why should he have to be slave to the grind while we live in some sort of luxury?

Well I was born for royalty, I am the queen for God's sake! I married for love not money and my honey knows that.


I didn't really know what that meant :)

Lots of changes around here but most of it is internal. We need to be creative, we need to live within our means. What is important?

My kids are #1 on my list. They are still doing what they always do, they are natural learners.
They have never been forced to go to school and learn the miserable ranks of indoctrination.

They just go with the flow, full of questions and full of life. We can learn so much from our children if we are paying atention.


L. J. Lowe said...

DD has been my biggest teacher. There's no better catalyst to change than not wanting to screw up our kids like our parents did to us. LOL.

Well-ManneredFrivolity said...

I'm so happy you are back to blogging again.
I have learned so much more from my unschooled children than I ever learned in a classroom